After years of controversy surrounding his personal life, Woody Allen is unfazed by it all. This Monday, hours after Soon Yi Previn's shocking Vulture interview, the film producer came out of hiding for a solo night out. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to see the photos and learn more.
This Monday evening, Woody Allen, 82, left his New York City apartment like it was any other day. The only difference? His wife had spoken up about their very scandalous affair just hours earlier!
During the talk, she touched on subjects she had remained silent about for decades, including her bizarre daughter-to-wife relationship with Allen, her rocky relationship with her estranged mother, and the notorious claims that Allen sexually abused Dylan Farrow as a child.
Previn, 47, admitted that her relationship with Allen turned romantic when she turned 21, and it came as a huge shock to Farrow.
It was "a huge betrayal on both our parts, a terrible thing to do, a terrible shock to inflict on her," she said in the interview.
Previn—who has two teenage daughters with Allen—also defended her husband in regard to the sexual abuse claims dispersed by Dylan, saying that it is nothing but a revenge plot created by Farrow.
"I know this is no justification," she added, "but Mia was never kind to me, never civil. And here was a chance for someone showing me affection and being nice to me, so of course I was thrilled and ran for it."
Previn claimed that Farrow was an abusive mother, and after discovering the affair, she became extremely vindictive.
Radar readers know Previn and Allen married in 1997 after being ousted by Farrow's family and criticized by thousands.
Now, however, the two are doing just fine, and remain in love as ever.
This Monday night, Woody Allen left his Big Apple flat and headed to a local jazz club to perform with his band.
Soon Yi Previn has not been spotted since her interview.
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