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Woody Allen Is 'Sad' About Weinstein Controversy, And The Internet Can't Even

By Mustafa Gatollari

The Harvey Weinstein scandal has basically turned Hollywood upside down, with stars coming out and describing their horrifying dealings with one of the most powerful men in show business. 

Weinstein's inevitable removal from the Motion Picture Academy in the wake of his behavior has also drawn eyes to other questionable and downright creepy behavior from other high-standing men in Hollywood, as well as dividing stars on the issue.

It's not as if people are overwhelmingly rushing to proclaim Harvey's innocence, but some are taking softer stances than others. Like Woody Allen, who, in an interview with BBC News, wasn't so quick to decry Weinstein's behavior, and even expressed sympathy for the producer.