Bob Dylan was accused of sexually abusing a minor over two months 1965 in a lawsuit filed late last week by a woman identified as J.C. In the suit, she alleges that the abuse took place in Dylan's room in Manhattan's Chelsea Hotel during April and May of 1965. Clinton Heylin, who has written nine books about Dylan, most recently this year's The Double Life of Bob Dylan: Volume I: 1941–1966 A Restless, Hungry Feeling, has spoken to HuffPost about the allegations, casting doubt on the timeline.
"It’s not possible," Heylin told HuffPost. "Dylan was touring England during that time, and was in Los Angeles for two of those weeks, plus a day or two at Woodstock. The tour was 10 days, but Bob flew into London on April 26 and arrived back in New York on June 3."