Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, and their family, including Soon-Yi Previn (right) in 1986. (Everett Collection)They were a quirky couple for sure. Woody Allen: the neurotic filmmaker with a penchant for psychoanalysis. Mia Farrow: a soft-spoken movie star focused on humanitarian causes. He had no kids. She had six. Despite being in a committed relationship with each other for more than 12 years, having three children together, and worked together non-stop as Allen put Farrow in more than a dozen of his films, they never married and never even lived together. "The two of us have so little in common that it always amazes us. We're always marveling on why we threw in our lot together and stayed together as long as we have," Allen said while they were together. The whole thing seemed charming, until, in 1992, it turned into something worlds away from charming. Farrow found nude pictures of her daughter Soon-Yi Previn (whom she adopted at the age of 8 from Korea with former husband Andre Previn) in Allen's apartment and discovered Allen, then 56, had been having a sexual relationship with 21-year-old Soon-Yi. As the two bitterly broke up and battled over custody, Farrow also accused Allen of sexually abusing their then-7-year-old adopted daughter, Dylan. What would play out in the media would shock the world and go down in history as one of the biggest celebrity scandals of all time. Twenty years after the news broke in August 1992, here's a look back at who was involved in the salacious story, and what their lives look like today.
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