Share this article Share In the video, the crowd can be heard booing the protesters as Allen, 81, is seen asking a fellow musician on stage what the women were shouting in German The duo shouted a passage from an open letter by Allen's adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, which alleged she was abused by the veteran entertainer when she was just seven years old In the video, the crowd can be heard booing the protesters as Allen, 81, is seen asking a fellow musician on stage what the women were shouting in German. Security guards then yanked the women from the stage and the concert resumed. The incident occurred at Hamburg's spectacular new Elbphilharmonie hall, where G20 leaders including US President Donald Trump attended a concert last week. Dylan wrote an open letter to The New York Times detailing alleged abuse by Woody Allen when she was 7-year-old A spokesman for the venue contacted by AFP confirmed the disruption but declined to comment further.
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