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Since Dylan Farrow’s open letter to the New York Times, old interviews are beginning to surface of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow that occurred during the early '90s when the initial charges were put against Allen for sexual abuse.
As he talks to Steve Kroft, he reveals that he did not molest Dylan and the whole story was made up by Mia Farrow to revenge him for his affair with their daughter Soon-Yi Previn.
He also tells Kroft that before the allegations were first made, Farrow confronted him in an “argumentative phone call” telling the director, “I have something very nasty planned for you.”
She allegedly continued, “You took my daughter and I’m going to take yours.”
Allen also claimed that Farrow tried to threaten his life. He said, “She’s threatened to have me killed and to kill me. And to – and to stick my eyes out, to stick my eyes out, to blind me because she became obsessed with Greek tragedy and – and felt that this – that that would be fitting, you know, vengeance.”
Recently, the two former partners have been battling back and forth releasing statements about Dylan’s letter and rekindling their harsh feelings from the past.
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