Hollywood actor Jeff Goldblum has revealed that he would consider working again with the shamed director, Woody Allen.

For years, Allen has been plagued by accusations of sexual abuse levied against him by his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow.

"I think there is a presumption of innocence until proven guilty," Goldblum, 67, told iNews. "I know I enjoyed working with him many years ago, and I sat in with his band once, too."

Goldblum worked with Allen on the 1977 film Annie Hall.

He added: "Even though I feel like this cultural shift (the #MeToo movement) is very, very positive and long overdue and I support it wholeheartedly and take it very seriously, I also admire his body of work. So I would consider working with him again, until I learned something more."

Farrow detailed the alleged abuse that she faced at the hands of Allen:

"I was taken to a small attic crawl space in my mother's country house in Connecticut by my father," she said. "He instructed me to lay down on my stomach and play with my brother's toy train that was set up. And he sat behind me in the doorway, and as I played with the toy train, I was sexually assaulted… As a 7-year-old, I would say, I would have said he touched my private parts."