Tonya Harding Interview: Ice Skater Admits to Knowing About Kerrigan Attack

Ouch Earlier this week the real Tonya Harding revealed in a new interview that she first heard about the possible plot to take out one of her figure skating competitors two months before the 1994 US National Championships (Nancy

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For 24 years, Tonya Harding has adamantly denied that she knew anything of a plan to injure figure skating rival Nancy Kerrigan on January 6, 1994.

Jeff Gillooly, ex-husband of figure skater Tonya Harding, listens to questions from cameramen, January 15, 1994 after picking up the mail outside the rural cabin the couple shares.

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"I really have nothing to say about it (film)", Nancy tells The Boston Globe. Harding, who was charged for hindering the prosecution, was sentenced to three years of probation, 500 hours of community service and ordered to pay a $16,000 fine. 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. Simon Bruty, Getty Images Jeff Gillooy, ex-husband of figure skater Tonya Harding, is escorted out of the Federal Bureau of Investigation office after surrendering shortly after a warrant for his arrest was issued. Steve Slocum, AP Shawn Eric Eckardt (L), bodyguard of figure skater Tonya Harding, and fellow defendant Derrick Smith (R) are joined by Smith's attorney Robert Goffredi as they face Judge Donald Londer during their arraignment on charges of conspiracy to commit assault in the attack on skater Nancy Kerrigan. Pascal Rondeau, Getty Images A sign showing support for figure skater Tonya Harding sits outside her home in Beavercreek, Oregon.

While Harding was a rough-around-the-edges athlete in a sport in which most toed the line in the 1990s, she still was given opportunity after opportunity to represent the United States around the world. Steve Slocum, AP Tonya Harding's coach Diane Rawlinson speaks to reporters outside her home.

Janney might want to take a look at USA and Olympic figure skating records before she says too much more.

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

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.

Harding's relationship with her mother is famously fraught, as Harding has long claimed Golden was a negligent and abusive parent.

"Why would I throw a steak knife at anybody?" she asked, denying the allegations.

Golden said the incident didn't happen.

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