There's a risk of blowback. I don't think W9 will like being under the microscope, and it's not her fault she's there. It's Corey's fault for deciding to produce this as discovery, even though it is irrelevant to the murder case. There is no duty to produce irrelevant material. Production of this interview was unnecessary to resolve the murder/self-defense case.
There will be some speculation as to why it was produced, I think it was produced as an act of petty revenge or otherwise "dirty trick" on the part of Corey, thinking that the allegations will hurt Zimmerman, regardless of the outcome of the trial.
Corey may well be getting heat from ALL sides, less from Zimmerman (he's more likely to just let it blow by, no need to remark) than from W9 and her defenders. And anybody who is offended by a prosecutor going above and beyond in the revenge department is going to take it out on Corey, too.
I think so too.
There's a risk of blowback.
If she thought there was molestation during her teenage years, wait until the MSM and the state prosecutor and everyone else who gets a hold of her name get finished with her.