Prior to the Golden Globes, Farrow tweeted about #TimesUp, #MeToo, and believing there’s “a brighter future ahead.”

Many Hollywood stars will be wearing black to Sunday’s Golden Globes in solidarity with the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements — but the awards show hasn’t always been a forum for addressing sexual predation in Hollywood.

And in a series of tweets on Sunday morning, Dylan Farrow — who protested the Golden Globes four years ago when they honored her father and alleged molester, Woody Allen, with a lifetime achievement award — noted that fact:

It’s #GoldenGlobes Sunday. Four years ago, at the Globes in 2014, Woody Allen was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement. Four years ago I decided enough was enough and wrote an open letter detailing the abuse I sustained at the hands of Woody Allen. /1

— Dylan Farrow (@realdylanfarrow) January 7, 2018

I thought it would make a difference. I thought things would change. I learned quickly (and painfully) that my optimism was misplaced. His time wasn’t up. /2

— Dylan Farrow (@realdylanfarrow) January 7, 2018

Farrow’s tweets are part of a growing chorus of voices against Allen in the wake of revelations about systemic sexual predation in Hollywood.

Farrow first accused Allen of sexually molesting her in 1992, when she was 7 years old. The accusation came early in a long custody battle between Allen and Farrow’s mother, Mia Farrow. The couple never married but had adopted two children together, Dylan and Moses. They also had a biological son, Ronan Farrow, who is now one of the foremost investigative reporters responsible for exposing Harvey Weinstein.

Dylan Farrow’s accusations kicked off years of controversy and acrimonious accusations against Allen, complicated by the fact that Allen left Mia Farrow for one of Read More Here