Scarlett Johansson defends Woody Allen over past allegations

Scarlett Johansson defended Director Woody Allen over the past matters. In her recent interview published onWednesday, 4th September 2019, she said that, “He was innocent of sexual assault allegations and she would workwith him anytime.”   A lot of Hollywood has separated itself from Allen since the #MeToo development gave restored catalyst to waiting allegations he attacked his embraced little girl Dylan Farrow when she was seven years of age in the mid-1990s.   Allen was found not guilty – first leveled by his then-accomplice Mia Farrow – following two separate months-long examinations. Be that as it may, Dylan, presently a grown-up, keeps up she was mishandled and abused.   Oscar-victor Allen has immovably denied the allegations however various stars, including Colin Firth, Greta Gerwig and Mira Sorvino, have said they would not work with him once more.   However, Scarlett Johansson shared her views in favor of Allen, and said, “I adore Woody,” Johansson told the Hollywood Reporter. “I trust him, and I would work with him whenever,” she said. “I have been very direct with  him, and he´s very direct with me. He maintains his innocence, and I believe him,” she added. Johansson showed up in Allen’s “Match Point” (2005), “Scoop” (2006) and “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” (2008).   “I see Woody whenever I can, and I have had a lot of conversations with him about it,” Johansson, said referring to the allegations.   Amazon put Allen’s most recent film “A Rainy Day in New York” on ice over the sex misuse allegations, yet another director will release the film in Europe in the not so distant future after it opened in Poland in July.   In February, the US Director recorded a $68 million suit against Amazon for break of agreement, blaming the spilling goliath for dropping the film due to an “unmerited” allegation that he explicitly abused his adopted daughter.