Mia Farrow criticizes Golden Globes tribute to Woody Allen

By Tribute News on January 13, 2014 | 3 Comments

Mia Farrow Mia Farrow and her son have criticized the Golden Globe Awards' tribute to Woody Allen. The 78-year-old filmmaker wasn't at the ceremony last night to pick up the Cecil B. DeMille Award, with his Annie Hall actress Diane Keaton collecting it on his behalf with a lengthy speech in praise of the director. However, his former partner Mia - who accused Woody of molesting their adopted daughter Dylan, then seven, in 1992, allegations which were not upheld - made it clear she didn't plan to watch. The Rosemary's Baby actress - who recently claimed her son Ronan could have been fathered by Frank Sinatra, not Allen as was previously believed - tweeted: ''Time to grab some ice cream & switch over to #GIRLS (sic).'' And 25-year-old Ronan tweeted: ''Missed the Woody Allen tribute - did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall? (sic)'' Mia and Ronan both then re-tweeted a Vanity Fair article that included Dylan talking about her famous father. Allen has denied any allegations of abuse for decades and a judge found that the sex abuse charges were inconclusive.

Comments & Discussion

  1. Movie Buff • January 13, 2014 @ 7:12 PM

    If he has done his day in court and the charges are dropped, end of story – drop it, especially after almost 25 years.

    Mia would have more credibility if she were not yapping her mouth here and there speculating this and that. It comes across as a desperate attempt for attention/publicity.

    Perhaps Woody should sue her for publicly still going after him for molestation despite what the courts found.

  2. S. • January 14, 2014 @ 1:36 AM

    He wont say a word because he would have to.prove he didnt molest her. Also doesnt look good that he married said child.
    Sick if u ask me.

  3. MovieGoer • January 14, 2014 @ 3:33 AM

    I agree S. The courts in the US have two sets of rules when rendering verdicts: one for normal people and one for wealthy and/or famous people. This is just one of many classic examples.

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