Nancy Kerrigan doesn't plan to watch 'I, Tonya'

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During the I, Tonya promotional tour, Rosenberg revealed Harding's demand in a Facebook post and shared that he decided not to work with her going forward.

While Kerrigan was mum about the movie, her fellow figure skater Johnny Weir has criticized I, Tonya. "I would feel disrespectful to her by going and sort of publicizing this terrible act that Tonya Harding had some knowledge of and that Nancy Kerrigan was the victim of - especially now when there is so much focus and attention on assault of any kind, or discrimination of any kind".

"I know that Tonya tried to shed some light on the situation but at the end of the day, Tonya Harding did a bad thing and I don't want to support it". I haven't seen the movie. "But for me growing up in the world of skating, Tonya Harding is a villain". "I haven't watched anything".

Meanwhile, Harding's publicist/agent has dumped the former figure skater for demanding journalists pay fines if they ask her about the attack on Kerrigan ahead of the 1994 Winter Olympics.

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"Unfortunately, we reached an impasse today regarding how to treat the press in the future". She was the toast of Hollywood at Sunday's Golden Globes after actress Allison Janney won Best Supporting Actress for playing Harding's mom.

Days later, officials linked the incident to Harding and her live-in ex-husband.

Harding told ABC News earlier this month she "knew that something was up".

Harding, 47, has been enjoying red carpet appearances alongside and for the sympathetic film, which paints her as a victim of abuse at the hands of her mother and her estranged then-husband, Jeff Gillooly. I did, however, overhear them talking about stuff, where (Gillooly and his hired hitman said), "Well, maybe we should take somebody out so we can make sure she gets on the team".

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