(Slay News) – Embattled Hollywood star Alec Baldwin has hit rock bottom and announced he will interview the director and accused pedophile Woody Allen.
Allen’s adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, alleged the fallen star sexually abused her as a child.
Despite the nature of the allegations against Allen, Baldwin said he “COULD NOT CARE LESS.”
“Let me preface this by stating that I have ZERO INTEREST in anyone’s judgments and sanctimonious posts here,” Baldwin said in a statement about the interview, that will be streamed on Instagram Tuesday.
“I am OBVIOUSLY someone who has my own set of beliefs and COULD NOT CARE LESS about anyone else’s speculation.
“If you believe that a trial should be conducted by way of an HBO documentary, that’s your issue.
“I love you, Woody. Instagram, I’m with Woody,
“Tuesday, 10:30. Be there.”
According to Variety:
“’Allen v. Farrow’ included a never-before-seen home video of 7-year-old Farrow talking about the alleged assault shortly after she claims it occurred.
“During the #MeToo movement, his 2019 film ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ was dropped by Amazon Studios and Hachette Book Group refused to publish his memoir.
“Allen denies the allegations, and called them ‘untrue and disgraceful’ in a statement following the release of the docuseries.”
According to Fox News:
Baldwin’s dismissal seemingly referenced the HBO documentary titled “Allen v. Farrow.”
The HBO work is a four-part docu-series that featured home movies, court documents, police evidence and never-before-heard audio tapes involving the allegations that Allen molested Dylan Farrow.
The special featured interviews with Farrow, as well as Mia Farrow, Ronan Farrow, family friend Carly Simon and prosecutor Frank Maco.
Other relatives, investigators, experts, and eyewitnesses have also shared their personal accounts.
In 2014, Farrow claimed in a New York Times open letter that Allen molested her as a child.
The allegations were first reported during his split from Mia, with whom he shares sons Moses and Ronan.
Baldwin appeared in three of Allen’s films: Alice (1990), To Rome With Love (2012), and Blue Jasmine (2013).
He’s not the first celebrity to stand by Allen in the wake of the resurfaced allegations, though this is one of the biggest public pushes for the filmmaker in recent years.
Meanwhile, Baldwin and some of his colleagues on the Western film Rust are being sued for wrongful death by the family of Halyna Hutchins, the cinematographer who was fatally shot on the movie’s set last October.