Soon-Yi Previn is finally ready to talk.
The notoriously private wife of Woody Allen is speaking for the first time in the piece of New York Magazine that will be released on Monday.
Soon-Yi will refer to the scandals that followed the family since it emerged that she was having an affair with Allen, who is 35 years older than her, while dating her adoptive mother Mia Farrow.
And Dylan Farrow, who has maintained that she was sexually assaulted by Allen when she was seven, was outraged by the news.
Woody Allen's wife, Soon-Yi Previn, will speak for the first time in New York Magazine about a feature film that will be released on Monday.
Dylan Farrow (pictured with Mia Farrow), who claimed that she was sexually assaulted by Allen when she was seven, was outraged by the piece
The sources told Page Six that Dylan became angry when he discovered that the piece had been written by Daphne Merkin, who personally knows the famous director.
In her 2014 book The Fame Lunches, Merkin revealed that she became friends with Allen after writing her a letter.
She credited the director for supporting her while struggling with depression, revealing that she also encouraged her as a writer.
Merkin said he spent time in person with Allen and they keep in touch from time to time.
A spokesperson for New York Magazine told Page Six that Merkin's relationship with Allen is "revealed" and "part of the story".
"Soon, Yi Previn is telling his story for the first time, and we hope that people will not say anything until they've read the show," the statement said.
Soon-Yi will refer to the scandals that followed the family as it emerged that she was having an affair with Allen, who is 35 years older than her, while she was dating her adoptive mother Mia Farrow (pictured together in 1992)
Soon-Yi has remained silent throughout the many scandals that have followed Allen over the years with his family
& # 39; Daphne Merkin's relationship with Woody Allen is revealed and is part of the story, as is the reason for Soon-Yi to speak now & # 39;.
Representatives of Dylan said that she was not interviewed for the story and that the magazine only communicated with her to verify the fact after it was already written.
The piece is only expected to include a brief quote from Dylan.
The sources told Page Six that Dylan became angry when he discovered that the piece had been written by Daphne Merkin (pictured) who personally knows Allen.
Dylan's accusations against Allen, which came to light for the first time in 1992, have resurfaced in the #MeToo era.
Farrow's accusations were news again when he called the actresses who showed their public support for the Time & # 39; s Up initiative, but who still worked with Allen.
"I fully support the women who take a stand, joining their arms with other women (and men), advocating on behalf of others to bring about change not only in the entertainment industry but in the world at large," Farrow said. a statement.
"That is an admirable and worthwhile goal, I hope these women change the world."
"That said, the people who join this movement without taking any personal responsibility for the way their own words and decisions have helped to perpetuate the culture they are fighting against, that is difficult for me to reconcile."
Celebrities such as Colin Firth, Mira Sorvino, Timothée Chalamet and Michael Caine have said they regret having worked with Allen in the past.
Later, Allen claimed that he was the "poster boy" of the movement, described himself as a victim and said it was unfair that he was related to Harvey Weinstein.
"What bothers me is that they link me to them," he said. & # 39; People who have been accused by 20 women, 50 women, 100 women of abuse and abuse & abuse & # 39;
"And I, who was only accused by a woman in a child custody case that was seen and proven false, mixed with these people."
Dylan's representatives said she was not interviewed for Soon-Yi's story and that the magazine only contacted her to verify the fact after it was already written.
Allen said he was "distressed" because Dylan's accusations were damaging his career in the middle of the #MeToo movement.
"I think that in any situation where someone is accused of something unfairly, this is a sad thing," he said.
"This is something that all the authorities analyzed meticulously 25 years ago and they all came to the conclusion that it was not true."
& # 39; And that was the end and I continued with my life. For him to come back now, it is a terrible thing to accuse a person of ".
& # 39; I am a man with a family and my own children. So, of course, it's annoying & # 39;
Dylan's accusations came to light during a bitter custody battle in 1992.
Allen, who married Previn in 1997, was investigated for the rape allegations, but was never charged. He has repeatedly denied the accusations.
Dylan's accusations came to light for the first time during a bitter battle for custody in 1992. Farrow appears here with Allen, Ronan Farrow and Dylan in 1988.
Dylan said that Allen raped her in the attic when she was seven years old after he and Mia Farrow split up after their affair with Soon-Yi.
Farrow won custody of the couple's three children, and Allen was stripped of visiting rights with Dylan.
In his 2014 open letter published in the New York Times, which opened Allen for a new round of scrutiny, Dylan, now 32, described in detail the alleged rape in the attic.
"He told me to lie on my stomach and play with my brother's electric train," he recalled.
– Then he sexually assaulted me. He spoke to me while he was doing it, whispering that I was a good girl, that that was our secret, promising us that we would go to Paris and be a star in his films.
"I remember looking at the toy train, concentrating on it as it traveled in its circle around the attic, and today I find it difficult to look at toy trains."