Tonya Harding, mother give differing accounts of abuse, drinking

Tonya Harding, mother give differing accounts of abuse, drinking

In that way, "I, Tonya" fits as a nice companion to James Franco's "The Disaster Artist", as both find laughs in the floundering of clueless nobodies.

There's no movie about her, but there is one about the people responsible for the attack, and Kerrigan isn't much more than a glorified footnote in it.

The special has rarely seen video of Harding as a child and interviews with news anchor Connie Chung, whose interview with Harding during the '94 Olympics was dramatically cut short when Harding walked out.

"It popped in my head two or three days after we got back", she said, adding that Gillooly "started acting funny" after Kerrigan was injured. "I don't know if it's because you're so exhausted when you're filming you're nearly delusional".

As well as the infamous attack, I, Tonya delves into the relationship between Harding and her abusive mother and husband, and portrays her as a victim rather than a culprit. "I was the victim".

The victor of two national titles (one was later taken away because of her role in the attack on Nancy Kerrigan), Harding also was sent by U.S. Figure Skating to two world championships, where she finished second and sixth.

"I, Tonya" had one of the better per-screen averages last weekend, $9,554 on 256 screens, for a total domestic gross of $2.44 million.

In other words, the 90s are back baby! "It sounds in some way you needed protection from her", Robach said, and Harding agreed.

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When asked if she was bothered by the film's portrayal of Harding as a victim, Kerrigan reportedly sighed.

"I don't know, '" she confesses. Old clips showed Tonya accusing her mother of abuse when she was young, and she reiterated those claims on ABC.

"I don't want her anywhere near me". Harding said that while her mother helped her pay for skating, there was a double standard.

Harding's admission is a major reversal for the former Olympic figure skater. She found herself with a new batch of it on Thursday when her manager Michael Ronsenberg posted on Facebook that he was no longer representing her after she made demands that the press be fined $25,000 if they ask her about her past.

But Kerrigan did watch - and approve of - the spoof trailer for "I, Nancy", starring Olivia Munn as Kerrigan. "I think she's having a great moment". As for the steak knife, which Harding says was hurled at her from about 10 feet away, Golden retorts: "Why would I throw a steak knife at anybody?" She wants to make amends.

SEE ALSO: Tonya Harding and Tommy Wiseau party together after the Golden Globes - see the pic! "With my husband and my son, I get my second chance in life to be loved and to be happy", she said.

Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story features "an emotional interview" with the figure skater who is best known for the infamous police baton attack on chief rival Nancy Kerrigan on January 6, 1994.

As if to prove that point even further, at Sunday's Golden Globes, Hollywood's perennial also-ran to the Academy Awards, Harding accompanied Robbie to the ceremony.