Woody Allen’s adoptive daughter, Dylan Farrow, says she’s been “telling the truth” about the sexual abuse she claims to have suffered at the hands of the director when she was just 7 years old.
“I am credible,” Farrow, now 32, tells CBS host Gayle King in her first-ever TV interview set to air Thursday morning.
“I think it’s important that people realize that one victim, one accuser, matters.”
Farrow accused Allen of sexual assault in 1992, alleging the “Annie Hall” director molested her in the attic of their Connecticut home.
Woody Allen has vehemently denied Farrow’s allegations.
Allen, 82, vehemently denied the shocking claims, which came amid a heated custody battle with his ex-wife, Mia Farrow. Dylan Farrow’s allegations against her adoptive father fell by the wayside after police declined to file charges, citing a lack of evidence.
But Farrow’s allegations have resurfaced in light of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
She has been increasingly active on social media, thanking her supporters.
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“To those who have already taken a stand and amplified my voice with theirs, there is a 7 year old girl inside of me who thanks you from the bottom of her heart,” she tweeted last Wednesday.
Farrow’s CBS interview will air at 7 a.m. on Thursday.