This week, Harding was dumped by her publicist/agent Michael A. Rosenberg for ordering that journalists who ask about the infamous incident with Kerrigan be fined $25,000.
The Olympian told the paper she's been "busy" and it sounds like she's not been keeping up with all the hubbub that has thrust Harding back into the spotlight and earned her an invite to last weekend's Golden Globe Awards.
During the ceremony on Thursday night, Munn parodied the acclaimed Tonya Harding biopic with a short trailer for I, Nancy.More news: Sorry brands: Facebook says it'll show more friends and family posts
"You can't push me that far anymore 'cause I've been nothing". This is no more apparent than during a moment near the end of the film in which Tonya looks directly into the camera and effectively tells us we're as complicit in her professional downward spiral as her actual abusers.
When asked if she had ever apologized to Kerrigan, Harding said she had multiple times. "I haven't seen the movie". In both cases, U.S. Figure Skating and U.S. skating judges made those decisions, and most assuredly wanted Harding to succeed. John Gaps, AP U.S. figure skaters Nancy Kerrigan, right, and Tonya Harding, left, join other members of the team to practice their routine, Monday, Feb. 21, 1994, Hamar, Norway. Mike Powell, Getty Images This is a police booking mug of figure skater Tonya Harding taken on March 18, 1994 at the Portland, Oregon, Justice Center, as she appeared for mug shots, fingerprinting and a probation hearing.
Despite what she went through in the years following the attack, Harding said her faith has allowed her to persevere. Steve Slocum, AP Tonya Harding's coach Diane Rawlinson speaks to reporters outside her home. It was later determined that Harding's ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly, and a friend, Shawn Eckardt, hired the assailant. Jack Smith, AP American skaters (L to R) Tonya Harding, silver; Kristi Yamaguchi, gold; and Nancy Kerrigan, bronze, display their medals after the finals of the World Figure Skating Championships in Munich, Saturday, March 12, 1991. "And I sincerely wish her the best". "But they were talking about skating and saying, 'Well, maybe somebody should be taken out so then, you know, she can make it'". Golden said. "She's lied so much she doesn't know what isn't a lie anymore".