Woody Allen will respond to his adopted daughter's allegations of sexual abuse by penning an op-ed piece in the New York Times -- the same newspaper that ran Dylan Farrow's letter last weekend, accusing Allen of molesting her when she was seven years old.

"They asked and we said, 'Yes, send it in,'" Andrew Rosenthal, The Times's editorial page editor said Thursday, according to Vanity Fair. The paper, however, couldn't confirm they would run Allen's letter in full.

"Normally, we don't publish a direct response" as a full op-ed article, Rosenthal said, but as a smaller and less prominent letter to the editor. "In this case, it was so personal, we thought that we should."

Rosenthal said Allen's piece would appear in the paper "within the next few days."

Meanwhile, Dylan Farrow, 27, has responded to her adopted brother's claim that their father never molested her and that their mother planted the story in her head.

"This is such a betrayal to me and my whole family," she said. "My memories are the truth and they are mine and I will live with that for the rest of my life. My mother never coached me. She never planted false memories in my brain. My memories are mine. I remember them."

Moses Farrow told People magazine earlier this week, "My mother drummed it into me to hate my father for tearing apart the family and sexually molesting my sister," the 36-year-old said. "And I hated him for her for years. I see now that this was a vengeful way to pay him back for falling in love with Soon-Yi."

Mia Farrow adopted Soon-Yi Previn, who married Allen in 1997.

The magazine noted Moses is "estranged from Farrow and many of his siblings and is close to Allen and Soon-Yi."

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