That is not true. It said nothing about "inappropriate behavior". Woody was described as having an "inappropriately strong interest" in Dylan. It explicitly stated that there was no evidence of anything sexual about that interest. It was inappropriate because Woody would focus all his attention on Dylan, and ignore the other children (which is inappropriate) because he felt that Mia was neglecting DylanI also posted a link that said Woody Allen was already seeing a psychiatrist for inappropriate behavior with Dylan before the allegations of the affair with Soon-Yi were known.
She is not a child anymore. She is an adult person now. She would know and remember if her mother coached her into saying these things about her father. In such a situation, a girl would probably despise her mother. And I have a hard time believing that a person would hurt themselves in this way and come out publicly with this if it didn't really happen. Because really, she is going to have a VERY difficult time.
Did Woody Allen molest his adopted daughter 22 years ago? Reviewing the evidence.
In the Time interview, Allen strongly suggests a cause-and-effect relationship between Farrow discovering his affair with Soon-Yi and the molestation allegations. But that account is hard to deduce from the timeline of events. Farrow found out about the affair when Allen left pornographic photographs of Soon-Yi on his mantel in January 1992—eight months before Dylan made her allegations. By Orth’s account, Allen was already in therapy for “inappropriate behavior” with Dylan before the revelation of the affair.
And in their May 1994 decision, the judges of the New York appellate court held that, with regard to the events of Aug. 4, 1992, “the testimony given at trial by the individuals caring for the children that day, the videotape of Dylan made by Ms. Farrow the following day and the accounts of Dylan's behavior toward Mr. Allen both before and after the alleged instance of abuse, suggest that the abuse did occur.” Although “the evidence in support of the allegations remains inconclusive,” the court stated, “our review of the record militates against a finding that Ms. Farrow fabricated the allegations without any basis.”