Woody Allen May Be Ready to Publicly Address Dylan Farrow's Sexual Abuse Allegations
In the paper, Sullivan writes that Andrew Rosenthal, the Times' editorial page editor, has asked Allen to submit something for editing. "They asked and we said, ‘Yes, send it in,’" Rosenthal told Sullivan. "It comes down to the editing process."
It's difficult to imagine a world in which the Times would say no to a piece by Allen, the first time he'd be publicly addressing the accusations since Farrow first made them in 1993. While it may indeed come down to the editing process, Woody Allen has three Academy Awards for Best Original Screenplay, so it's clear that he knows how to write.
When, if at all, the piece will be published remains unclear.