Lena Dunham was one of the first celebs to publicly speak out in defense of Dylan Farrow after her powerful open letter full of abuse allegations against Woody Allen…
And while the Girls star is still in full support of Miz Farrow's brave moment, she IS also defending the director/writer's work!
In a new interview, Lena is revealing her frustrations with people that are trying to find references of child molestation in Woody's old movie scripts, narratives, etc—convinced it will lead them to clues of his troubled past and present!
Infuriated, she confesses:
Scarlett Johansson was on a roll this weekend! After speaking out about the Woody Allen molestation allegations, she had even more to say about the SodaStream/Oxfam controversy!
And, you know what? She's sticking to her guns!
You may recall that ScarJo chose to leave behind Oxfam, whom she has worked with since 2005, because they had an issue with her SodaStream partnership!
SodaStream operates out of Israel’s West Bank, which Oxfam is NOT happy with, but ScarJo defended her choice to stick with them, saying:
This is awkward.
Dylan Farrow called out a slew of celebs when she wrote an open letter accusing Woody Allen of molestation.
And while Cate Blanchett addressed the matter early on, Scarlett Johansson is now taking on the matter, but her statement might not be what you expect.
In fact, Scarlett does not think her name, or the names of other celebs who've worked with and supported Woody, should have been brought up:
Woody Allen can no longer leave his house without being reminded of his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow’s accusations that he molested her as a child!
The Blue Jasmine director attended a Broadway matinee on Sunday with his wife Soon-Yi and their two children, Bechet and Manzie.
But their family outing to see the new musical After Midnight was disrupted when an audience member shouted out something at Woody!
An eyewitnesses caught how the whole incident went down and said:
To say that Samantha Geimer can empathize with Dylan Farrow is an understatement.
Samantha was 13 years old when director Roman Polanski had "unlawful sexual intercourse" with her. Like Woody Allen, who is Dylan's alleged sexual molester, Roman continued to make critically acclaimed films for decades following the very public incident.
So it isn't surprising Samantha wants to share words of wisdom with Dylan, words that can hopefully help pull her through this unfathomably trying ordeal!
Which is why Samantha, who also authored The Girl: A Life in the Shadow of Roman Polanski, decided to publish an open letter for Dylan on the internet.
Samantha also spoke out for those who she feels have no voice. She revealed: