By John H. Foote

After more than 100 of their office workers walked off the job protesting their company’s announcement of their intent to publish Woody Allen’s autobiography, today the company announced they have terminated their relationship with Allen. Despite the obvious chance the book will become a best seller, the company backed down in what is being seen in the industry as a cowardly move.

Though there are several biographies on Allen, this marks his first autobiography, and it is believed he will address the allegations of abuse his daughter and ex-partner Mia Farrow have insisted are real.

Allen has submitted to, and passed, four polygraph tests, and many psychologists claim there was no wrongdoing from Allen. These allegations have hounded the Academy Award winning director for nearly 30 years, dividing actors in Hollywood either for or against him.

Ronan Farrow, son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, who won the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting of the Harvey Weinstein scandal in “Catch and Kill”, was reportedly unhappy with the book publisher for daring to publish his father’s book. It is believed wielding his new-found power, he killed the deal.

I have always believed Allen is innocent, and when he finds a publisher will order the book at once.

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