HEY WOODY 🏳️🌈💉🦄🏦🔫🍆💩😋📲 VfB GROKS 'THE LOW SPARK OF HIGH-HEELED BOYS'
For decades, Dylan Farrow has alleged that her father Woody Allen sexually assaulted her in the attic of her mother Mia Farrow’s Connecticut home on August 4, 1992. Nearly 30 years after the initial accusations, footage of a 7-year-old Dylan recounting the assault the day after it allegedly took place has been released for the first time as part of HBO's new documentary series Allen v. Farrow, which premiered February 21.
The Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering-directed series digs into one of the film industry's most infamous cases. The four-part docuseries is a comprehensive look at the relationship between Mia Farrow and Woody Allen and its dissolution that began in January of 1992 when Farrow discovered nude photographs of her 21-year-old daughter Soon-Yi Previn in Allen’s apartment. Later that year, Mia Farrow and Allen’s 7-year-old daughter Dylan accused Allen of sexual assault. Woody Allen has always denied the allegations, arguing that Dylan was brainwashed by Mia, who was scorned when she learned of his affair with her eldest daughter Previn.
On August 5, 1992, family friend Casey Pascal’s babysitter, who was at Farrow’s home at the time of the alleged assault, told Pascal that she witnessed what she deemed an inappropriately intimate physical interaction between Woody Allen and Dylan in the living room. According to the documentary, Mia asked Dylan about what had occurred the previous day, and Dylan recounted her assault while Mia recorded her. The video footage of this is seen by the public for the first time in Allen v. Farrow. On CBS This Morning in 2018, Dylan explained: “I was taken to a small attic crawl space in my mother’s country house in Connecticut by my father. He instructed me to lay down on my stomach and play with my brother’s toy train that was set up. And he sat behind me in the doorway, and as I played with the toy train, I was sexually assaulted.”
The people didn't believe Mia then.
Phone Call Between Woody Allen And Mia Farrow
Woody Allen, is accused by his ex-girlfriend, actress Mia Farrow, of sexually abusing their adopted daughter Dylan in August 1992 when she was seven years old. https://t.co/KT7kjCIKkQ
TruthSocial: @HoneeDesigner (@HoneeDesigner) May 6, 2023
Here's where VfB ties in Woody's actions above with the band Traffic - the song in particular is 🚖 The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys
The percentage you're paying is too high priced
while you're living beyond all your means. [the onerous contract established while you enjoyed the lollipops & fancypants 🍭👖]
And the man in the suit has just bought a new car
from the profit he's made on your dreams. [you haven't yet realized that the price is too high]
But today you just swear that the man was shot dead
by a gun that didn't make any noise. [the media covers up any retaliation by trafficked/raped children, alleging 'street drugs', etc.]
But it wasn't the bullet that laid him to rest
was the low spark of high-heeled boys [this was always a very strange lyric...and now VfB knows why]
There's more, but let's concern ourselves with whom helped craft this song: Michael J. Pollard, who played Jahn on the 8th episode of Star Trek TOS, Miri.
Here's the thing. Winwood was 16 or 17 yrs. old when he wrote this.
In those days, street slang for heroin was 'boy' and for cocaine was 'girl'.
High heel boy refers to a mixture of heroin and coke, commonly called a speedball.
The 'low spark' is a description of the physical feeling brought on by injecting the speedball.
The man in the suit is the dealer, making profits on the dreams of his customers.
The gun that didn't make any noise is simply a hypodermic syringe...[update: it was a metaphor for the cover-up media, as explained above - VfB]
This is one of the most truly savage songs in history, way deeper than nearly anything else from its era.
How Stevie knew this stuff at such a young age is an interesting question at such a young age is a good question 🤔