Dylan Farrow Responded To Scarlett Johansson’s Continuing Support For Woody Allen

September 5, 2019 / Posted by:

Yesterday, Scarlett Johansson ripped the pompoms out of Diane Keaton’s hands and usurped her position as Woody Allen’s loudest and most-committed cheerleader during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. She was like, “Gimme a W…as in, Why can’t you believe that Woody is innocent? Gimme an O…as in, Oh man, do I love Woody.” Scarlett – who is a huge #MeToo and Time’s Up supporter – claimed she asked Woody about the molestation allegations made by Dylan Farrow, and Woody said he didn’t do it, and she’s good with that. I think it’s an understatement to say that many thought WTF about her comments. You can count Dylan Farrow as one of them.

Dylan, who hadn’t tweeted since September 2018, didn’t mention Woody by name. Instead, Dylan dragged Scarlett’s activism within the Time’s Up movement in a move that not-subtly labeled her a big-time hypocrite.

Dylan must have felt like she needed to make up for lost time, because she dragged Scarlett a second time, via Scarlett’s own quote. In 2014, Dylan reminded everyone about her allegations against Woody in an op-ed for The New York Times, part of which involved directly addressing several actors that have worked with Woody, like Scarlett Johansson. Scarlett responded by hissing at Dylan for dragging her into it, saying:

“I think it’s irresponsible to take a bunch of actors that will have a Google alert on and to suddenly throw their name into a situation that none of us could possibly knowingly comment on. That just feels irresponsible to me.”

Dylan tweeted:

Dylan then moved on to Joy Behar. The ladies of The View talked about Scarlett’s recent statement about Woody during their Hot Topics segment this morning. Joy – who also has worked with Woody – brought up the fact that Woody was never charged for anything after an investigation was conducted.

“The Connecticut State Police brought in an investigative team from the Yale New Haven hospital, all right? Their six-month long inquiry, which included medical examinations, concluded that Dylan had not been molested. So based on that, there has to be a point where you say, what am I going to believe? The authorities who investigated this, or people who are making accusations?”

She adds that for her, she wants to believe the experts, and that while it was creepy for Woody to marry his ex’s daughter Soon-Yi Previn, it wasn’t illegal. So basically, Joy wants to go out for dinner too.

Dylan proceeded to say that Joy’s information wasn’t correct, and thanked Sunny Hostin for sticking up for her side of the story.

Meghan McCain must feel so conflicted. How is it possible that someone on The View got dragged on Twitter for saying something dumb and gross, and it wasn’t her? Dylan, did you forget to tag Meghan in your tweet or what?

Pics: Wenn.com

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