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Actress Mira Sorvino apologizes for working with Woody Allen from Journalist's blog

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Actress Mira Sorvino penned an open letter Thursday apologizing to Dylan Farrow, daughter of filmmaker Woody Allen, for ignoring the sexual assault allegations Farrow made against her father and working with him in the `90s.

Sorvino worked with Allen on the 1995 film Mighty Aphrodite, a few years after Farrow (who was 7-years-old at the time) alleged that Allen has sexually assaulted her. Recently, Farrow has become more outspoken about Allen`s alleged actions, calling out actors who have worked with him after the allegations went public. 

Farrow`s call to action prompted Sorvino to write an apology for working with Woody Allen, via The Huffington Post, saying that she now believes Farrow`s accusations. Read more...

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