Dylan Farrow isn't finished speaking her mind just yet. The estranged daughter of Woody Allen has made headlines recently when she brought up accusation against Allen of sexually abusing her when she was a child.

Allen has denied these allegations, which only caused Farrow's anger to grow deeper. Farrow has also called out several actresses for continuing to work with Allen despite her accusations. Now, Farrow has one more person to publicly shame for his affiliation with her father.

Farrow Slams Timberlake 

Farrow bashed singer Justin Timberlake for "praising" sexual predators. Timberlake starred in Allen's film, Wonder Wheel, but was also spotted wearing a Time's Up pin, signifying he stood with the movement.

After making a joking statement on his Twitter account, Farrow used the opportunity to call the actor out for being hypocrite.

Timberlake has not responded to Farrow's comment.

Farrow Goes Public

Allen's daughter gave her first interview on Jan. 18 with Gayle King from CBS This Morning where she elaborated further on the abuse she endured. Farrow claimed that Allen led her to the attic of their old home where he sexually assaulted her multiple times. Farrow also claimed that Allen would insist on following her everywhere she went and would climb into bed with her at night.

"I loved my father, I respected him. He was my hero. And that doesn't obviously take away from what he did. But it does make the betrayal and the hurt that much more intense," Farrow stated.

Allen responded to his daughter's interview by still maintaining his innocence and claiming Farrow suffered from delusions embedded in her head by her mother, Mia Farrow. 

 "I never molested my daughter -- as all investigations concluded a quarter of a century ago," Allen stated. 

Farrow submitted an article to the Los Angeles Times where she scrutinized the Time's Up movement for outing men like Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, but not Allen. Since then, several celebrities began to publicly distance themselves from Allen, including: Greta Gerwig, Mira Sorvino, and Rebecca Hall.