Dylan and her brother Ronan Farrow both criticised Hachette's original decision to publish the book. But it darkens and becomes defensive, not surprisingly, as he recalls his relationship with Mia Farrow and the allegations he abused daughter Dylan Farrow that for many have come to define his public image in recent years.
Less than a week later, Apropos of Nothing was cancelled and Woody Allen was left without a publisher.
A statement by Hachette at the time called the decision "a hard one".
Allen also rebuffed suggestions that he worked with Harvey Weinstein, writing: "I would never have allowed Harvey to back or produce a film of mine because he was a hands-on producer who changed and recut a director's movie".
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Allen described a visit to Mia Farrow's house in CT in August 1992, when he has been accused of molested Dylan.
"Hachette's publishing of Woody Allen's memoir is deeply unsettling to me personally and an utter betrayal of my brother whose fearless reporting, capitalized on by Hachette, gave voice to numerous survivors of sexual assault by powerful men", Dylan wrote in a statement. "I always answered I'd do it again in a heartbeat", he wrote. I see myself standing amongst them defiantly.
He added: "I never laid a finger on Dylan, never did anything to her that could be even misconstrued as abusing her; it was a total fabrication from start to finish".
Allen has long denied the allegations, which were first reported during his 1992 split from the actress.
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"I wasn't the one who went after Woody - where would I get the nerve?" Dylan Farrow, who has alleged for decades that the writer/director sexually assaulted her as a child, publicly tore into Hachette for not contacting her for a fact checking session.
Allen met Diane in 1969 when she auditioned for the Broadway production of his comedy, "Play it Again Sam".
It had originally been slated to be released on April 7 by Grand Central Publishing, but news of the deal received a huge backlash, not least among employees. Dylan Farrow, Allen's adopted daughter, has repeatedly claimed the director molested her when she was a child (allegations he has consistently denied), and called Hachette's acquisition of the book "an utter betrayal" of her brother, Ronan Farrow, who previous year released his book Catch and Kill through Hachette's imprint Little, Brown and Company. The acclaimed book further delved into the MeToo movement.
The walk-out followed criticism of the memoir from Ronan and Dylan. Stephen King wrote on Twitter: 'It's who gets muzzled next that worries me'.
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Jeannette Seaver, the editor of Arcade Publishing, defended the release of Allen's memoir in a statement that reads: "In this odd time, when truth is too often dismissed as 'fake news, ' we as publishers prefer to give voice to a respected artist, rather than bow to those determined to silence him".