Woody Allen Daughter Haunted By Director's Alleged Deeds

Woody Allen Daughter Haunted By Director's Alleged Deeds
(Undated) -- Allegations of child sexual abuse continue to shadow director Woody Allen. Dylan Farrow is speaking out on the molestation she says she endured in an open letter published by "The New York Times" Saturday. Now 28 and married, Dylan, who was adopted by Farrow and Allen as a toddler, says it happened "so often," "so routinely" and "so skillfully hidden from a mother" that would have protected her had she known, that she thought it was normal. Dylan eventually did speak up and told her mother who left Allen. The case went to court but the judge reportedly declined to prosecute the director to spare Dylan the anguish of testimony.

Allen infamously took up with Soon-Yi Previn, another daughter Farrow adopted with former husband Andre Previn. The two eventually got married and adopted two children. Dylan says she was haunted by what Allen did to her and fell into self-destructive behavior such as cutting and eating disorders. The Farrow family has been vocal and reminding of the allegations in recent weeks as the film community celebrates Allen's body of work and his latest film "Blue Jasmine."