Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson has once again defended alleged pedophile director, Woody Allen.
"I don't know — I feel the way I feel about it. It's my experience. I don't know any more than any other person knows. I only have a close proximity with Woody… he's a friend of mine. But I have no other insight other than my relationship with him," she told Vanity Fair.
Johansson says she does not believe Allen's accusers but understands how her stance may affect others:
"I do understand how that is triggering for some people. But just because I believe my friend does not mean that I don't support women, believe women. I think you have to take it on a case-by-case basis. You can't have this blanket statement — I don't believe that. But that's my personal belief. That's how I feel."
Allen was accused by his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, then seven years old, of having sexually assaulted her in the home of her adopted mother, actress Mia Farrow.