Jeffrey Epstein said Woody Allen came over for dinner in 2018: NYT

Years after pleading guilty to disturbing sex crimes, Jeffrey Epstein privately remained close with a number of high-profile friends, according to a revealing New York Times report. Among those alleged pals was Woody Allen, who allegedly had dinner plans with Epstein as recently as August 2018.

In a detailed recollection of his visit to Epstein’s Manhattan home, NYT reporter James B. Stewart says that Epstein made it clear he “knew an astonishing number of rich, famous and powerful people, and had photos to prove it. He also claimed to know a great deal about these people, some of it potentially damaging or embarrassing.” 

Epstein, who authorities say is a pedophile who sexually abused and trafficked countless underage women, showcased a large collection of personal photographs in his home, Stewart said, including at least one of him with director Woody Allen.

“About a week after that interview, Mr. Epstein called and asked if I’d like to have dinner that Saturday with him and Woody Allen,” Stewart writes. Feeling uncomfortable, “I said I’d be out of town.”

Allen himself has been accused of pedophilia; his adoptive daughter, Dylan Farrow, has said he sexually abused her at seven years old. Allen also infamously wed one of his his ex-wife’s adoptive daughters, Soon-Yi Previn, who joined the family when she was around eight years old.

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