"Not right now", Kerrigan told Shaugnessy.
Harding opened up about the incident, as well as her hard childhood, her rise in competitive figure skating and the depiction of her life in the new critically-acclaimed movie, "I, Tonya", starring actress Margot Robbie, in ABC News' two-hour special, "Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story", which airs January 11, 2018, at 9 p.m. ET. February 12, 1994: Harding drops her lawsuit, and the Olympic committee decides to cancel its hearing.
But the knife-throwing incident isn't the only thing Harding's said that her mother disagrees with.
These supporting performances are so authentically nonsensical and hilarious that "I, Tonya" sports one of the year's best ensembles delivering some of the best dumb-dialogue you'll hear. "I'm a human being and it hurt my heart", she said next, referencing the media. Nevertheless, "I did however overhear them talking about stuff", she says to Robach, referring to Gillooly and Eckhardt.
"I didn't abuse any of my children", Golden says in a preview of the ABC News special Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story, airing Thursday night.
In other words, the 90s are back baby! "I'm just busy living my life".
Morgan was quizzing the retired figure skater about her involvement on the attack when she threatened to end the interview. She had to pay a $160,000 fine and was sentenced to three years' probation and 500 hours community service.
To this, Harding responded that it is because Morgan would not let her finish her statement.
In addition, she was banned for life from the U.S. Figure Skating Association. Tonya is shown smoking many times in the film and in the promotional posters and videos to portray her as "different" or "a rebel" or "cool" but for an asthmatic athlete to smoke is simply "profoundly stupid". Harding also denied planning to injure Kerrigan and asked to remain on the U.S. Olympic team.
"It's scary playing a real life person especially when that person is still very much alive", she confessed.
The U.S. Olympic Committee reportedly hopes Harding will withdraw from the team before the Winter Games at Lellehammer, Norway. "I don't want her anywhere near my son", said Harding. 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. 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.
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