Dylan Farrow has words for Scarlett Johansson.
Farrow, 34, took the actress on Twitter after fiercely defending Woody Allen against Farrow’s claims of child sexual abuse.
“Because if we have learned anything from the past two years, it is absolutely essential to believe male predators who” preserve their innocence, “tweet Farrow, whose parents are Allen and Mia Farrow, tweet in response to the Los Angeles Times’ coverage of Johansson’s new interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
“Scarlett still has a long way to go in understanding the problem it claims to defend.”
Johansson, who has played in a number of Allen films, recently told The Hollywood Reporter: “I love Woody. I believe him and I could always work with him.”
Johansson, 34, famously expressed her support for the # MeToo and Time’s Up movements early, and called on James Franco at the 2018 Women’s March for wearing a Time’s Up pin to that year’s Golden Globes, only to be accused of being sexually accused misconduct. (He later denied the accusations).
“How can a person publicly stand by an organization that helps provide support to victims of sexual abuse while privately hunting people who have no power?” Johansson said in the speech. “By the way, I want my pin back.”
Johansson still has to respond to the kickback.