The Hachette Book Group has decided not to publish Woody Allen’s memoir, “Apropos of Nothing,” after employees of the company walked out of work on Thursday to protest its decision to publish his book.
Allen’s daughter, Dylan Farrow, has said that he sexually abused her when she was a child. 
Allen has repeatedly denied the allegation.
The memoir was originally scheduled to be released on April 7.
Earlier this week, journalist Ronan Farrow, Allen’s estranged son, slammed the publisher for signing a deal with Allen while also working on his book “Catch and Kill,” which came out in October and examined rampant sexual assault and abuse by powerful figures within the entertainment industry. 
Ronan Farrow announced he was cutting ties with Hachette Book Group because of Allen’s memoir.
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