Skip to comments.Woody Allen's Secret Teen Lover Speaks: Sex, Power and a Conflicted Muse Who Inspired 'Manhattan'
Posted on 12/17/2018 6:54:28 PM PST by simpson96
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From left: Englehardt now works for legendary producer Bob Evans; previously she was an assistant to (later disgraced) financier Jeffrey Epstein and, before that, a member of Federico Fellinis creative circle.
She sure knows how to pick out the real creeps!
They just can't bring themselves to say what she was.
The "platonic muse" description is hilarious.
And Bob Evans was behind both "Rosemary's Baby" and "Chinatown", which were directed by Roman Polanski, and the former starred Mia Farrow (and like Woody Allen, Farrow declined comment on this article).
Fascinating and well-written piece, by a very intelligent and observant woman who did not consider herself a victim of Allen.
Oops, and "The Great Gatsby" (another one with Farrow) was another one of Bob Evans. Brain fart.
I am not buying it. This whole thing seems like a forum letter in Penthouse. There may be true things sprinkled in it. But most of it is the musings of a has been who has reinvented her past for her own amusement, and some attention.
Fame and money equals dumb young women throwing themselves at creepy old bastards. Almost as old as time, gotta be near the fall of man for sure.
2. Unless it is proven in court, it is libel.
Read my tagline: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." This narrative is not extraordinary. Of course it is embellished - but nothing in the narrative is per se unbelievable.
It doesn't become alleged libel until Allen take her to court over it.
It doesn't become libel until the court decides in Allen's favor.
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