Conn Prosecutor Woody Allen Can’t Be Charged on Abuse Claims
The Connecticut prosecutor who researched Woody Allen on kid molestation claims more than twenty years ago but didn’t document charges says it’s too past due for the movie director to be prosecuted.
Former Litchfield County state lawyer Frank Maco stated in a cell phone interview Sunday with The Associated Push that the statute of restrictions on adopted child Dylan Farrow’s accusations ran out at the very least 15 years ago.
Maco had said in 1993 he lacked proof to prosecute Allen but suspected the misuse did happen. He retired in 2003.
Farrow renewed allegations against Allen within an open letter to THE BRAND NEW York Times on Saturday, stating he sexually assaulted her when she has been 7 after he and actress Mia Farrow adopted her.
Allen offers denied the accusations.