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February 11, 2014

To Woody Allen: "Never write a letter, never throw one away."

On Sunday, in response to his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow's allegations of sexual abuse by him when she was seven years old, Woody Allen published in the New York Times an open letter that certainly no publicist, lawyer or sane human being would have advised him to send. See, e.g., in yesterday's Vanity Fair "Prosecutor from Dylan Farrow’s Sexual-Assault-Claim Case “Outraged” by Woody Allen’s Open Letter, Considering Legal Action" and the article's accompanying links. Next time, Woodman, bite your tongue.

Allan Stewart Konigsberg in 2006

Posted by JD Hull at February 11, 2014 02:48 PM


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