Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Woody Allen Nightmare Mia Vanity Farrow

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Here's one of those Drudge report items that when you click on it, it re-directs back to Drudge (at least that is what it has been doing since 20:30 - it is now 23:00) - The great American filmmaker Woody Allen always generates a great deal of interest, so it is not surprising that a Drudge mention is generating a great deal of interest. Being a huge Wild Man fan myself, I'm wondering what more there could be to the saga of Woody and Mia... We do know the Woody one is no fan of vanity Fair magazine: Back in 1992, attorneys representing Allen charged that Farrow was responsible for Vanity Fair's cover story alleging Allen abused their 7-year-old adopted daughter Dylan... so let's explore, courtesy of Google...

  1. Mia's Story | Vanity Fair


    Nov 1, 1992 - It concerns Woody Allen's behavior and what it has done to Mia Farrow 
    and the 11 children involved. The author breaks new ground on one of ...

    1. The quiet victory of Mia & the kids Woody left behind | New York Post


      Jan 8, 2012 - Mia Farrow met Woody Allen in the fall of 1979; she was 34, a mother 
      to seven ... Her friend Leonard Gershe told Vanity Fair that Woody often ...

    2. Woody Allen Threatens To Sue Vanity Fair . - Google News


      Law yers for Woody Allen threat ened on today to sue Vanity Fair magazine 
      for libel ...abused the seven-year-old daughter he adopted with actress Mia Farrow.

    The Woody Allen-Mia Farrow scandal 20 years later | OMG Now ...

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