Kate Winslet may have just turned her back on Woody Allen (though she specifically didn’t say his name), but Diane Keaton is still sticking by her longtime friend and Annie Hall director. This afternoon, Keaton hopped on Twitter to share a clip of Allen on 60 Minutes in 1992, in which he denied the allegations from daughter Dylan Farrow that he molested her as a child. Keaton added a message of support for Allen in her tweet, saying, “Woody Allen is my friend and I continue to believe him.”
As noted by Vulture, Farrow specifically called out Keaton in her 2014 New York Times op-ed about the allegations she’s raised against Woody Allen, saying, “You knew me when I was a little girl, Diane Keaton. Have you forgotten me?” A few months after that piece was published, Keaton downplayed how well she knew Farrow in a Guardian interview, saying they had only ever seen each other “maybe three times” and that she was never really friends with Mia Farrow.