Woody Allen's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, supports her claims that the director abused her as a child.
"I'm credible and I'm telling the truth," he says in a new interview with "CBS this morning."
"I think it's important for people to realize that a single victim, an accuser, is important And that is enough to change things. "
Farrow, now 32, sat down with Gayle King's co-host, "This Morning," on Monday to discuss the alleged abuse, which she said occurred in an attic in 1992, when she was only 7 years old.
The interview is not scheduled until Thursday, but CBS posted a brief online preview Tuesday.
Farrow has never given an in-camera interview about the accusations against his adoptive father, which he has repeatedly denied, nor has he talked about the #MeToo and "Time & # 39; s Up" movements that have recently taken over Hollywood. She is expected to talk about both during the sitting.
While numerous stars have denounced Allen in light of what is happening in the country, several have chosen to stay by his side.
Alec Baldwin defended the director plagued by scandals on Twitter this week saying: "Woody Allen was investigated by two states (NY and CT) and no charges were filed … The resignation of him and his work, without a doubt, has some purpose, but it is unfair and sad for me, I worked with WA 3 times and it was one of the privileges of my career ".
Selena Gomez's mother, Mandy Teefey, described the star's support for Allen while responding to a fan on Instagram.
"I had a long talk with her about not working with him and did not click," he said. "There is no fallen person here, no one controls her, she makes all her own decisions, no matter how hard you try to advise, she falls on deaf ears."