Woody Allen's Wife Soon-Yi Speaks Out About Her Childhood

Soon-Yi Previn, Woody Allen's wife and his ex-partner Mia Farrow's adoptive daughter, says she never really got along with her mother.  Previn spoke to New York Magazine and writer Daphne Merkin, a friend of Allen's for more than four decades.  Previn told Merkin she had an abusive childhood and that Mia Farrow has taken advantage of the Me Too movement to parade her adoptive sister Dylan Farrow as a victim.  Dylan Farrow has accused Allen of sexually assaulting her as a child.  Previn says what's happened to Allen has been unjust.  She says that Allen was the one who pursued her for a relationship, and she was happy to reciprocate because Allen, unlike her mother, was showing her affection.  The rest of the Farrow children have rejected the story, calling it a hit piece and putting out a statement that they never experienced anything but compassion from their mother.  

 
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