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Dylan Farrow's "Heartened" By Supportive Response To Woody Allen Allegations

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Dylan Farrow bravely came forward Saturday about the alleged abuse she suffered at the hand of her adoptive father Woody Allen and she is oh so grateful for the outpouring of love she's received in response.

New York Times' columnist Nicholas Kristof — who helped publish Dylan's shocking and heartbreaking story — said:

"She's really heartened by the response and support she's getting. She sends a big thank you to all those speaking up about sexual abuse and trying to break the silence. She was nervous about what the reaction would be to an essay so personal, but she put herself out there."

It must be difficult for ANY victim of abuse to speak out, but especially for someone who is accusing not only her father, but an super famous and beloved name.

We applaud Dylan for her bravery because without bravery like hers, there would be no glimmer of hope that there will ever be a stop to sexual violence.

We're here for you!!!

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3 comments to “Dylan Farrow's "Heartened" By Supportive Response To Woody Allen Allegations”

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    Like many molestation cases, it becomes someone's word against another and when one is a child it can cause problems getting a prosecution. These cases are hard to get convictions particularly when it depends on a child testifying. This was 20 years ago and now as an adult she is speaking out, defiant and confronting her abuser. I give her a lot of credit and believe her story. To say there was just no evidence is not true; Frank S. Maco announced in 1993 that while he found "probable cause" to prosecute Allen, he was dropping the case because Dylan was too "fragile" to deal with a trial.
    Dylan was "traumatized to the extent that I did not have a confident witness to testify in any court setting, whether that's a closed courtroom or an open courtroom," the prosecutor said.

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  3. bridgegal66 says – reply to this


    He should hang his head very low - the POS.