Dylan Farrow, former stepdaughter of Woody Allen, continues to tell her story of alleged abuse at the hands of her father, and though it鈥檚 been over 25 years since allegations first went public, only recently have celebrities begun to speak out against the famous director.

There are still some who defend their decision to work with Allen, like Kate Winslet. And only recently, in light of mounting pressure, has Gerwig publicly condemned the director, vowing never to work with him again. Even Justin Timberlake was taken to task for wearing a Time鈥檚 Up pin to the Golden Globes while promoting his recent film 鈥 one directed and written by Allen 鈥 yet remaining silent about accusations against the director.

But for every celeb who won鈥檛 speak out, there are many who will, even those who have recently worked with Allen. Here are some of them:

Ellen Page

Back in November of last year, Page came forward with claims of homophobia and harassment at the hands of director Brett Ratner. In her heartfelt Facebook post, the actress and activist said that working with Ratner was not the only abuse she鈥檚 faced in Hollywood, and added that working with Allen was, 鈥渢he biggest regret of [her] career.鈥 (Photo via Sonia Recchia/Getty)

Timoth茅e Chalamet

Chalamet is one of the stars of Allen鈥檚 upcoming film A Rainy Day in New York. In an Instagram post this week, Chalamet said that working with Allen was something he doesn鈥檛 want to profit from, and he donated his entire salary from the move to RAINN, Time鈥檚 UP, and the LGBT Center of New York. His reasoning? As a young actor, he鈥檚 learning that accepting a role in a movie isn鈥檛 just about the celebrity attached, and a good role shouldn鈥檛 be the only factor in accepting a job.

Natalie Portman

Hot off her incredible Golden Globes call-out, Portman sat down with Oprah Winfrey to tell the queen of awards show speeches, 鈥淚 believe Dylan.鈥 Portman worked with Allen in the film Everyone Says I Love You. (Photo via Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty)

Mira Sorvino

Sorvino recently wrote an open letter to Farrow apologizing for working with Allen in Mighty Aphrodite (for which she won an Oscar), admitting that it took a lot of introspection to understand that the accusations against the director were serious. 鈥淚 am so sorry, Dylan,鈥 she wrote. 鈥淚 cannot begin to imagine how you have felt, all these years as you watched someone you called out as having hurt you as a child, a vulnerable little girl in his care, be lauded again and again, including by me and countless others in Hollywood who praised him and ignored you.鈥 (Photo via Rich Fury/Getty Images for DIRECTV)

Rebecca Hall

Hall worked with Allen on A Rainy Day in New York as well as the 2008 romantic comedy Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Last week she wrote a lengthy post, shared to her Instagram account, in which she details her decision-making process, and how she, too, is donating her salary from the forthcoming Allen movie to Time鈥檚 Up.

鈥淚 see,鈥 Hall explains, 鈥渘ot only how complicated this matter is, but that my actions have made another woman feel silenced and dismissed. That is not something that sits easily with me in the current or indeed any moment, and I am profoundly sorry. I regret this decision and wouldn鈥檛 make the same one today.鈥

David Krumholtz

Krumholtz appeared in Allen鈥檚 2005 movie, Wonder Wheel, and in a tweet earlier this month, he said that working on the film is one of his, 鈥渕ost heartbreaking mistakes,鈥 adding, 鈥渨e can no longer let these men represent us in entertainment, politics, or any other realm. They are beneath real men.鈥

Rachel Brosnahan

Brosnahan, who currently stars in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, worked with Allen on his 2016 Amazon limited series Crisis in Six Scenes. This week, Brosnahan told The Hollywood Reporterthat she regrets working with Allen at all.

鈥淟ook, I had a great experience working on that project,鈥 Brosnahan said. 鈥淗onestly, it鈥檚 the decision that I have made in my life that is the most inconsistent with everything I stand for and believe in, both publicly and privately. And while I can鈥檛 take it back, it鈥檚 important to me, moving forward, to make decisions that better reflect the things that I value and my worldview.鈥 (Photo via Bobby Bank/GC Images)

Griffin Newman

Newman is an up-and-coming actor who has made an appearance alongside Chalamet and Hall on A Rainy Day in New York. In a series of tweets last fall, the actor made it clear he regretted working with Allen and that he donated his entire salary to RAINN. (Photo via Jamie McCarthy/Getty)

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