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Diane Keaton is standing by Woody Allen.

The Annie Hall actress defended the director on Twitter, writing, "Woody Allen is my friend and I continue to believe him."
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The tweet included a video clip of Allen's 60 Minutes interview from 1992. In it, he dismisses his alleged molestation of Dylan Farrow, his adopted daughter with Mia Farrow, as "a total non-event," and blames Mia for "coaching" Dylan to speak ill of him.
Keaton and Allen have been close since the 1970s, when they briefly dated and began making movies together. The two have collaborated in several films, including Sleeper, Manhattan, and, most famously, Annie Hall. In 2014 – the last time Allen's abuse of Farrow came into spotlight – she likewise insisted, "I believe my friend."
Allen has come under renewed scrutiny in recent months, in large part because Dylan Farrow (whose brother, Ronan Farrow, helped break the Harvey Weinstein story for The New Yorker) has continued speaking up about her experience.
Over the past few months, more and more of Allen's former stars have come forward to denounce him, including Ellen Page, Greta Gerwig, and Mira Sorvino. Some, like Timothée Chalamet, have even pledged to donate their salaries from his films to charity.
Meanwhile, other stars such as Alec Baldwin – and now Keaton – have remained staunch in their support of Allen.

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