Woody Allen has broken his silence on a new documentary released on Sunday about allegations of sexual harassment against him.
The director and his wife, Yee Preon, soon dubbed the HBO documentary series Alan V. فیرو As a “vacation job full of lies.”
The couple issued a statement Hollywood ReporterSaying: “These documentaries had no real interest. Instead, they spent years collaborating with Furrows and his staff on combining a job that got rid of lies.”
“Woody and Susan Yi were also contacted two months ago and given a few days to ‘respond’. Of course, they refused to do so,” the statement said.
He added: “As has been the case for decades, these allegations are completely false. There was no abuse. “
“While this flawed hit piece may get attention, it doesn’t change the facts,” he concluded.
Dylan Furrow, the adopted daughter of Allen and his former partner Mia Farrow, investigated the allegations of sexual harassment against Allen.
The first episode, aired on HBO on Sunday, featured Dillon and Mia talking about the charges against Allen.