I married my own daughter

Dylan Farrow’s open letter in the New York Times detailed alleged sexual abuse by Allen in 1993.

In 1997, Woody Allen married Soon-Yi Previn, who is 35 years younger than he and is the adopted daughter of his former lover, actress Mia Farrow.

Allen at 62, and Previn, 27, were married at the city-owned Palazzo Cavalli in Venice, Mayor Massimo Cacciari confirmed. Cacciari, a longtime Allen acquaintance, conducted the ceremony in the wedding salon, a room set aside  for civil weddings.

A few close friends and family members attended. Allen and Previn wore street clothes rather than wedding attire.

The pair was able to enter the Palazzo without fanfare, because the building has only one entrance — on a canal accessible only by boat. Because non-Italians are not required to publish wedding announcements, there was no prior notice in Italy that Allen and Previn planned to marry.

The affair between Allen and Previn became fodder for the tabloids when it went public in 1992. Farrow discovered his relationship with her daughter after finding nude pictures of the girl, then 21, in Allen’s apartment.

Farrow later filed for custody of Satchel — Farrow and Allen’s natural son — and daughter Dylan, whom they adopted. Farrow accused Allen of fondling Dylan during the custody case. The Oscar-winning director was barred from visiting the children without a monitor.

Farrow described her shock at first discovering Allen had taken pornographic photos of her adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn and that he was having an affair with her when she was only 17-year-old.

Her 7-year-old daughter Dylan, is accusing Allen of sexually molesting her.

Farrow described Allen as being obsessed with Dylan, saying, “He whispered her awake, he caressed her and entwined his body around her as she watched television, as she played on the floor, as she ate, as she slept. He brought her into bed when he was wearing only his underpants. Twice I made him take his thumb out of her mouth.”

The actress, who was married and divorced from Frank Sinatra and conductor Andre Previn, said she cannot explain why she continued her relationship with Allen for so long.

Allen has always denied the sexual molestation allegation and was never criminally charged.

Dylan Farrow’s response?

“This is such a betrayal to me and my whole family,” she said. “My memories are the truth and they are mine and I will live with that for the rest of my life. 

My mother never coached me. She never planted false memories in my brain.

My memories are mine. I remember them. She was distraught when I told her.

When I came forward with my story she was hoping against hope that I had made it up.”

Sources: VanityFair, CNN

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