Woody Allen’s Alleged Teen Lover Talks Threesomes With Mia Farrow!

Woody Allen‘s alleged teen lover speaks out.

On Monday, The Hollywood Reporter published a piece where Babi Christina Engelhardt opens up about her alleged 8-year relationship with the director that started when she was just 16.

According to the former model, the two met at restaurant Elaine’s in New York in October 1976 when she gave him a note that read, “Since you’ve signed enough autographs, here’s mine!”

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Weeks later, before she could legally consent to sexual activity in the state of New York, they two allegedly began getting intimate at his Fifth Avenue penthouse. The filmmaker allegedly never asked her age, but knew she was still in high school.

As to what makes her personally and professionally attractive, Engelhardt — who says she has worked for billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein, producer Bob Evans, and fellow director Federico Fellini — remarked:

“I was pretty enough, I was smart enough, I was nonconfrontational, I was non-judgmental, I was discreet, and nothing shocks me.”

Based on her recollection, about a year into their relationship, Allen allegedly began bringing in other “beautiful young ladies” for threesomes.

After they were together for four years, Allen introduced Engelhardt to his “girlfriend”: Mia Farrow.

In regards to their “handful” of three-way sex sessions, Engelhardt wrote in her unpublished memoir:

“There were times the three of us were together, and it was actually great fun. We enjoyed each other when we were in the moment. She was beautiful and sweet, he was charming and alluring, and I was sexy and becoming more and more sophisticated in this game. It wasn’t until after it was done when I really had time to think of how twisted it was when we were together … and how I was little more than a plaything… While we were together, the whole thing was a game that was being operated solely by Woody so we never quite knew where we stood.”

She adds:

“I used to think this was a form of mother-father with the two of them… To me, that whole relationship was very Freudian: how I admired them, how he’d already broken me in, how I let that be all right.”

Years later, when Engelhardt heard about Allen’s relationship with Soon-Yi Previn (now his wife of nearly 21 years), she remembers feeling “sorry for Mia,” adding:

“I thought, ‘Didn’t Woody have enough ‘extra,’ with or without her, that the last thing he had to do was to go for something that was totally hers?’… He had groomed Mia, trained her, to put up with all of this. Now he had no barriers. It was total disrespect.'”

Eventually, her relationship with Allen fizzled out, and she left New York and began working for Fellini, one of Woody’s idols.

“I thought I was special, and then I realized he’s a big person and he’s got a big life — I’m in his life… It’s a rainbow with many colors, and I’m one of them.”

Engelhardt last heard from Allen in January 2001 when she sent him a copy of The Voice of the Moon, Fellini’s final film which she appeared in.

Woody reportedly wrote in a letter:

“I hope you’re happy and well… I recall our times together fondly. If you’re ever in New York I would love you to meet my wife — she’d like you. We get out to California every so often. If you’d like I’d call and perhaps we could all get together.”

Though she says she never held any agency in their relationship, she refuses to accuse Allen of wrongdoing.

“What made me speak is I thought I could provide a perspective… I’m not attacking Woody… This is not ‘bring down this man.’ I’m talking about my love story. This made me who I am. I have no regrets.'”

Both Allen and Farrow declined to comment on the story.

Read the full piece HERE!

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Dec 17, 2018 1:41pm PDT