Pedophilia, which is attraction to pre-pubescent kids, isn't a crime. It's any action taken, such as sex, pictures, and any other form of sexual abuse. States also define statutory rape and the legal age of consent is 18. But laws differ from state to state as to what exactly statutory rape is. And by a psychological definition, attraction to a 17-year-old isn't pedophilia, as she'll look the same 17 years, 364 days, as she will 18 years. But again, legal definitions might say at 17/364, it's rape, but at 18, ok. With Woody Allen, it's certainly creepy he ended up marrying the adopted daughter of his former girlfriend, but both say they never dated until she was about 20. She's from Korea and there is no original birth certificate for Soon-Yi, but they claim Woody started taking her to Knicks games sometime around 19-21 years of age, and that's when the romance started. Woody also never officially adopted Soon-Yi. Again, creepy, but nothing illegal unless they are lying about when the romance began. But I doubt it. It's difficult for a pedophile to stop once they start and get away with it. Yet, there is exactly one and only one accusation made against Woody Allen. Very surprising. In the majority of pedophile cases, once one accusation is made, others come forward, and the avalanche begins. See Sandusky. But Allen has had access to other little girls, including two adopted daughters both in their teens now, and nary another accusation. It just doesn't add up to Allen being guilty, in my opinion.