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Ronan Farrow said he's cutting ties with the publisher of his book “Catch and Kill” after they acquired the rights to his estranged father Woody Allen's memoir.
In a statement on Tuesday, Farrow said he was disappointed by the publishing company's decision, and that his sister, Dylan Farrow, who has repeatedly accused Allen of sexual abuse, was not contacted for comment or fact checking.
Farrow's book detailed his struggles reporting on the Harvey Weinstein rape allegations. Weinstein was convicted of rape and sexual assault last month.
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Ronan Farrow, the author of the non-fiction book “Catch and Kill,” which explored his struggles reporting on the Harvey Weinstein rape allegations, has cut ties with his publisher after they acquired the rights to his estranged father Woody Allen's memoir.
Hachette Book Group, which published Farrow's book, announced on Monday that one of its divisions would be publishing Allen's upcoming memoir, titled “Apropos of Nothing.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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