Tonya Harding dumped by agent for plan to fine journalists

Figure skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan avoid each other during training session in 1994

Figure skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan avoid each other during training session in 1994

Meanwhile, Harding's publicist/agent has dumped the former figure skater for demanding journalists pay fines if they ask her about the attack on Kerrigan ahead of the 1994 Winter Olympics.

She also spent a fair amount of time at the Globes trying to rewrite Tonya's biographical history.

Tonya Harding skates her way to victory, January 8, 1994, at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Detroit, Mich.

Asked by The Boston Globe if she was bothered by Hollywood's portrayal of Harding, Kerrigan said "It's not really part of my life". Shane Stant, hired to execute the attack, told the Federal Bureau of Investigation that Eckardt floated the idea of murdering Kerrigan; Gillooly said the same. "I don't think the figure skating world embraced her or wanted her to succeed because they didn't think she represented the kind of woman they wanted to represent the figure skating community, that they wanted to represent America". When Tonya pees herself, LaVona declares, "Skate wet!"

Kerrigan went on to win a silver medal at the Olympics, weeks after the attack. The assault was traced to Gillooly and Eckhardt, and Harding was later banned from competition for life after pleading guilty to hindering prosecution.

News cameras captured Kerrigan wailing in pain after the attack. However, the award-winning figure skater has no opinion whatsoever because she has not found the time to sit and watch the movie. Chris Wilkins, AFP/Getty Images Figure skater Tonya Harding, right, chats at rinkside with her coach, Diane Rawlinson, second from left, and fans during her practice in Portland, Ore., Jan. 31, 1994.

And like with Kerrigan, the comeback campaign is an apparent victim to Harding's desire for personal gain. Don Ryan, AP Left to right: Kristi Yamaguchi, Tonya Harding, and Nancy kerrigan on the podium during the 1991 US Figure Skating Championships. Golden said. "She's lied so much she doesn't know what isn't a lie anymore".

Her husband and agent, Jerry Solomon, assured that their camp will release a statement as soon as Kerrigan is ready to say something.

"I was about 10 feet from her", Harding told ABC News.

Harding has always maintained she knew nothing about Gillooly's plans to harm her rival.

Harding, however, said the abuse wasn't isolated as Golden contends and the scene where Golden threw a steak knife that lodged in her arm indeed took place.

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