Truth & Lies: The Tonya Harding Story

I Tonya Movie Is it Accurate? Top Revelations in Tonya Harding ABC Special

Truth & Lies: The Tonya Harding Story

She also agrees to resign from the U.S. Figure Skating Association.

"She's still a powerhouse".

In an interview with ABC News, Harding says the ice is where she feels at home, calling it her "sanctuary". "But until that time, we've been very consistent - and as you can imagine I'm getting calls from everybody under the sun from all around the world - so just to be consistent we're really not saying anything at this point". AFP/Getty Images American figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, left, looks in the direction of teammate Tonya Harding during their practice session before the women's technical program got underway later in the day in Hamar, Norway on February 23, 1994. As a writer for the National Sports Daily, I covered the 1991 national championships when Harding landed a triple axel, and in 1993 I became lead sports columnist for the Oregonian.

In an interview with Grazia magazine, she admitted: "I had lost my mind".

This taking-back-my-narrative story is one that Margot Robbie fell hard for, and the young actress who brought the villain Harley Quinn to such vibrant life in "Suicide Squad" is equally outstanding portraying would-be villain Harding.

Former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding said she "knew something was up" about a month or two before the infamous 1994 baton attack was carried out on her Olympic teammate and longtime rival Nancy Kerrigan.

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She was sentenced to three years of supervised probation, 500 hours of community service, a $100,00 state find and was instructed to set up a $50,000 fund to benefit the Special Olympics. But the role is more than an impersonation, and Robbie is able to find - and to show us - the broken pieces of Tonya's damaged soul, with a kind of fierce vulnerability that makes her not just sympathetic but, at times, heartbreaking.

After a practice session on January 6, 1994, someone tried to break US figure skating champion Nancy Kerrigan's legs. "It makes you cringe, hearing it", Harding said. Two fictional scenes where Tonya confronts snooty judges are completely unbelievable (but crowd favorites in the screening I attended) and the movie asserts that Harding and Jeff Gillooly knew nothing about the planned attack other than it might involve some threatening letters.

The conniving couple secretly hired a thug to break Nancy's leg so that she had no choice but to pull out of the then-upcoming Winter Olympics but, despite her injuries, the pair went on to compete against one another in highly publicised sporting event. She's undeniably happy with her involvement with a movie that's changing the script about her life.

"I've been with my husband for seven years".

You might have seen Harding at the Golden Globes Sunday night. See what she said in the video below.

"I don't want her anywhere near me".

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