Talking in her first tv interview since alleging her adoptive father, filmmaker Woody Allen, sexually assaulted her when she was a toddler, Dylan Farrow instructed CBS “This Morning” that she hopes “any person will imagine me as an alternative of simply listening to it.”
Farrow is the adopted sister of Ronan Farrow, the journalist who helped expose serial abuser Harvey Weinstein in The New Yorker, and has described how their adopted father sexually abused her greater than 25 years in the past.
Woody Allen’s representatives didn’t instantly reply to CBS This Morning to deal with the interview. Allen has at all times denied the allegations and no felony fees had been ever filed towards him.
“Why should not I carry him down, be indignant, be harm,” Farrow instructed the community. “Why should not I really feel some form of outrage that in spite of everything these years being ignored and disbelieved and tossed apart.”
Requested, “In spite of everything these years, why ought to individuals imagine you now?” Farrow stated, “I suppose that is on them. However all I can do is communicate my fact and hope… Hope that any person will imagine me as an alternative of simply listening to it.”
The complete interview airs Thursday on CBS This Morning.
Cora Lewis is a enterprise reporter for BuzzFeed Information and is predicated in New York. Lewis studies on labor.
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