I've been busy... I haven't seen the movie. It stars Margot Robbie and Allison Janey.
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. "But for me growing up in the world of skating, Tonya Harding is a villain". The 47-year-old who was the subject of a television special that aired on ABC was a guest at the 2018 Golden Globes and has been making press appearances.
And like with Kerrigan, the comeback campaign is an apparent victim to Harding's desire for personal gain.
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She added that she has been busy recently. During a training session for the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championship, Kerrigan was clubbed on the right knee by an assailant. Instead, she was a victim of her abusive relationships.
When asked if she was upset with the cinematic portrayal of Harding, Kerrigan said the story is no longer part of her life.
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"You can't push me that far anymore 'cause I've been nothing". Like, that's my role in this whole thing. "That's it. It is weird, that's for sure".
Kerrigan's husband, agent Jerry Solomon, later called the Globe to explain that their position is to "say nothing".
Robbie picked up a Critics' Choice Award for her performance on Thursday night and her film, I, Tonya, is picking up Oscar buzz - but Kerrigan won't be seeing it anytime soon, and she'd like reporters to stop asking her about the movie, which details an attack on the figure skater, organized by Harding's ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly. On social media, the Olympic figure skater slammed the movie for the glorification of Harding. "But it's my faith in myself and in my father that comes back to me and makes me get back up off my butt and be something worth being proud of", she said. "While her upbringing may have been tragic, athletes come from all walks of all and succeed based on merit, not assault".
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