Woody Allen is refusing to turn over documents relating to his daughter, who accuses him of sexual abuse, as part of his $68 million battle with Amazon.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Allen reveals Amazon has demanded he hand over certain documents and communications in the case. They want any messages he wrote about his daughter Dylan Farrow's sit-down with Gayle King.
He says Amazon has requested he produce any texts, emails or messages relating to “(1)“Gayle King’s interview of Dylan Farrow on CBS This Morning in or around January 2018” and “Allen’s participation in the September 16, 2018 New York Magazine profile of Soon-Yi Previn.”
Further, Amazon wants Allen to hand over his “communications with any person concerning the #MeToo movement”.
They are also seeking any communications in his possession that relate to, “actual or alleged sexual harassment, sexual abuse, or other sexual misconduct by Allen” from in or after October 2017.” Allen is objecting to the turning over the documents.
The interview with Gayle King is the first time Dylan Farrow detailed the alleged abuse by Allen.