Though the Golden Globes awarded Woody Allen with the Cecil B. DeMille Award, one person who wasn’t too happy about the accolade was Ronan Farrow.

The acclaimed director was honored in absentia with an intro by Emma Stone before a rousing tribute from frequent collaborator Diane Keaton.

Ronan, the son of Allen’s longtime ex, Mia Farrow, tweeted after the tribute, lambasting the award show for honoring the filmmaker in spite of his problematic personal life. According to Deadline, he wrote:

For her part, Mia subtly
tweeted plans to avoid watching her former flame win the award, writing, “Time to grab some ice cream & switch over to #GIRLS.”

She later retweeted Ronan’s post and another tweet from journalist Luke Russert linking to a recent “Vanity Fair” article investigating the claims.

Her adopted daughter, Dylan, went on record in October alleging inappropriate contact with Allen 20 years ago.

Ronan, 25, is a journalist who will begin hosting an MSNBC program later this year. NBC reps declined to comment on his statements to Deadline.

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