In a Guardian column, opinion writer Hadley Freeman powerfully wrote about why Soon-Yi’s description of her abusive childhood need to be taken seriously by Hadley Freeman
Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning filmmaker, Robert Weide, has written a series of essays proving that no evidence has ever been found to corroborate Dylan Farrow’s allegations against Woody Allen. In “The Woody Allen Allegations: Not so Fast,” Weide identifies 10 common misconceptions about Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn and also takes a critical look at the allegations that were first levied against Woody during a highly contentious custody battle.
In “Hard Questions for Ronan Farrow – An Open Letter,” Weide characterizes Ronan and Mia Farrow’s continued efforts to garner public support for Dylan’s unfounded allegations as disingenuous, irresponsible and even dangerous.
On December 13, 2017, Weide published “A Q&A with Dylan Farrow,” in which he responds to specific questions raised in Dylan’ Farrow’s Los Angeles Times’ op-ed.
In his most recent essay, “Moses Farrow Speaks Out,” Weide provides a platform for Moses Farrow, Dylan’s brother, to speak out about the emotional and physical abuse he endured growing up in the Farrow household. He also recounts the numerous times Mia Farrow forced him to lie, even about the most seemingly inconsequential things.
In this February 9, 2018 essay from the New Daily, Tom Ryan explains how a single unproven accusation has produced a lynch-mob mindset.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens recently asked, “shouldn’t the weight of available evidence, to say nothing of the presumption of innocence, extend to the court of public opinion too?” Stephens wisely draws parallels between the smear campaigns being launched against Woody Allen and other regrettable instances in which people have drawn the wrong conclusion due to human bias and a rush to judgement.
Antonia Tejada Barros minces no words in her recent essay about Woody Allen, writing “this wave against Woody Allen is a disgrace. It’s disgusting, opportunistic, hypocrite, stupid, and wrong.”
Despite the fact that Dylan Farrow’s allegations were thoroughly investigated and found to be untrue 25 years ago, and Moses Farrow’s public accounts of Mia Farrow’s coaching and abuse, Woody Allen’s trial by media continues, according to Paul Markey.
Dr. Janice Harper, a cultural anthropologist, has written frequently about human proclivity to engage in mob mentality. In this piece, she demonstrates how the manner in which the accusations against Woody Allen have been presented by media constitutes a mobbing.
In “Dylan Farrow’s Other Brother Says Woody Allen Isn’t Guilty,” Katie Herzog questions why Dylan Farrow’s allegation against her adopted father, Woody Allen have garnered so much attention and support while Moses Farrow’s accounts of emotional and physical abuse by their mother have gone almost unnoticed.
In his essay, “Dyaln Farrow: Step Off The Stage,” Kevan Copeland criticizes Dylan Farrow’s attempt to undermine Woody Allen’s artistic career by using “emotional manipulation” to seek revenge on her father.
In “Does ‘Wonder Wheel” signal the end of Woody Allen?” Nick Hasted writes about how members of the film community have been quick to demonize Woody Allen in reaction to the #MeToo movement despite the findings of two state investigations and no new evidence of the allegation against him.
Michael Wolff takes a critical look at the Farrow family’s renewed campaign against Woody Allen. Wolff calls out Mia Farrow’s relationship with Nicholas Kristof and her attempt to use the allegations against Woody Allen to launch her son Ronan’s career.
John H. Foote takes a detailed look at the circumstances surrounding Mia and Dylan Farrow’s bogus allegations against Woody Allen in a piece entitled, “I believe Woody Allen is Innocent. Here’s Why.”
Chez Pazienza explores the argument that Mia Farrow brainwashed Dylan and the likelihood that Dylan believes what she is saying even if it is a result of Mia’s “memory manipulation” during a bitter custody battle.
According to Justin Levine, Mia Farrow used an edited tape of her daughter Dylan accusing Woody Allen of sexual assault to push her own agenda. Justin Levine addresses the editing of the tape, Mia filming her daughter in the nude and the overwhelming circumstantial evidence that Mia leaked the video to the media.
In “Defense of Woody Allen,” Christian Butler argues that those actors that have decided to distance themselves from Woody Allen in order to benefit their own careers in the current #MeToo environment are actually obstructing justice by ignoring two investigations that concluded Dylan Farrow’s allegations were unfounded. Butler says that these actors’ behavior is promoting an atmosphere in which one is guilty until proven innocent.
Soon Yi Previn Speaks
Vulture – Sept 16, 2018
A Son Speaks Out
Moses Farrow Blogspot – May 23, 2018
Moses Farrow defends Woody Allen and explains how Dylan O’Sullivan Farrow, along with the other siblings, has been manipulated by Mia Farrow.
Mia’s cursed family: Years before Brangelina, Mia Farrow collected an adopted family from around the world.
Daily Mail – September 26, 2016
A look at the tragedy and drama that has followed Mia Farrow and her children.
Thaddeus Farrow, Son of Mia Farrow, Dies at 27
Hollywood Reporter – September 21, 2016
Thaddeus Farrow dies after shooting himself in his car.
Woody and Mia: A Modern Family Timeline
The Nation – February 26, 2014
A detailed timeline of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow’s relationship.
Woody & Mia: A Greek Tragedy
New York Post – February 8, 2014
Details on Mia Farrow and Woody Allen’s relationship.
Mia Farrow’s Threatening 1992 Valentine to Woody Allen
New York Daily News – February 7, 2014
Photos of the disturbing Valentine’s Day card Mia Farrow sent to Woody Allen.
Dylan Farrow’s Brother Moses Defends Woody Allen
People, February 5, 2014
Moses Farrow defends Woody Allen and says Mia Farrow poisoned him and his siblings against Woody.
Mia Farrow’s Brother Sentenced for Child Sex Abuse
NBC Washington – Feb 4, 2014
John Charles Villiers-Farrow is sentenced to prison for sexually abusing two boys.
Mia Farrow had a love affair with Frank Sinatra that never ended
Express UK – October 4, 2013
Mia Farrow says that her and Frank Sinatra “never really split up.”
Mia Farrow suggests that son Ronan Farrow might be Frank Sinatra’s
Washington Post – October 2, 2013
Mia Farrow claims that Ronan Farrow could “possibly” be Frank Sinatra’s son.
Mia Farrow confirms older brother ‘committed suicide’ in his art gallery
Daily Mail – June 18, 2009
Patrick Farrow commits suicide.
The folly of Mamma Mia: Wouldn’t Mia Farrow be better off helping her own dysfunctional family?
Daily Mail – May 12, 2009
Rather than spending time with her own children or grandchildren, Mia Farrow spends time with other people’s children.
Farrow: Polanski was in despair
The Guardian – July 20, 2005
Mia Farrow defends Roman Polanski after he is accused of statutory rape of a 13-year-old.
PUBLIC LIVES; Older, Wiser and Still Reaching Out to Help
New York Times – September 26, 2000
A look into Mia Farrow’s dysfunctional childhood.
Mia Farrow Mourns Daughter
New York Daily News – March 15, 2000
Tam Farrow dies from heart failure.
Picking Up The Legos And The Pieces
New York Times – May 8, 1994
Details on Mia Farrow’s chaotic family life and relationships.
Agency Drops Abuse Inquiry in Allen Case
New York Times – October 26, 1993
The Department of Social Services of New York State drop their inquiry into the allegations about Woody Allen.
Doctor Cites Inconsistencies in Dylan Farrow’s Statements
New York Times – May 4, 1993
Dr. John M. Leventhal testifies that his team found Dylan to have either invented the story about her assault or that it was planted in her mind by Mia Farrow.
Doctor Recounts Threats By Farrow Against Allen
New York Times – March 30, 1993
Psychologist Dr. Susan Coates testifies that she warned Woody Allen about her concern for his safety after threats made by Mia Farrow.
Child Sexual Abuse Evaluation of Dylan Farrow
Yale-New Haven Hospital (published by Radar Online) – March 17, 1993
The findings of the Yale-New Haven Hospital assessment finding that Dylan Farrow was not sexually abused.
Nanny Casts Doubt on Farrow Charges
New York Times – February 2, 1993
Former Farrow family nanny, Monica Thompson, tells Woody Allen’s lawyers that Mia pressured her to support the allegations against him.
Mia Farrow’s Daughters Arrested in Shoplifting
Orlando Sentinel – June 26, 1991
Two of Mia Farrow’s adopted daughters are arrested for shoplifting.
A two-page summary of the report issued by the Child Sexual Abuse Clinic of the Yale-New Haven Hospital.