3/18/93: Woody Allen Feels 'Exonerated' After Medical Report

A 1993 medical report found no evidence that the director sexually abused his adopted daughter Dylan.
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Transcript for 3/18/93: Woody Allen Feels 'Exonerated' After Medical Report
There was another development today in the very -- and very nasty child custody fight between Woody Allen and Mia Farrow. According to mr. Allen -- medical report today has cleared him of charges that he sexually abused one of the children he and ms. -- had adopted. She does not appear to dispute him. Here's ABC's Bob Jamieson. Allen and Ferrell were mobbed by scores of reporters and photographers when they arrived at the Yale New Haven hospital. -- had accused -- of molesting their seven year old adopted daughter Dylan last August at her Connecticut summer home. Allen claimed she was retaliating because he had ended their twelve year relationship and have begun -- romance with her 22 year old adopted -- Sunni. Hospital officials would not disclose the report's conclusions. But Allen said he had been exonerated of the incident was either -- or concocted by -- and -- I never did anything I would never ever in my life. Molest the child and certainly I adore my daughter and -- the whole thing is crazy and to me it's been an endless battle and an expense -- a terrible. -- terrible ordeal for the kids and you know I'm just breaking even -- back where I was you know what's -- normal citizen. Pharaoh refused to answer questions. -- I just gonna say that's happened. -- a stand by my children. Her lawyer did not dispute -- but called the report incomplete and inaccurate. And she will not drop the issue in their custody fight. What actually happened will be determined. After the many witnesses testify under oath and acquire off. In the meantime Don has been consistent in her description of abuse and this -- we'll continue to support her. The Connecticut prosecutor who requested the report would not comment on its findings but it is unlikely -- will now face any charges. Bob Jamieson ABC news New York.

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