Figure skater stripping
In the middle of her free skate routine at the 1994 Winter Olympics, Harding stopped and began to cry, telling the judges that her laces had broken and the replacements were too short.This almost cost her a chance to compete, but the judges agreed to allow her to skate a little later on.
In a time before the Internet and social media, everyone knew the names Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding, even if they didn't follow the Olympics or care about figure skating.
Banned from skating, she and Gillooly sold a sex tape of themselves to Penthouse magazine for a reported 0,000 later in 1994.
She tried her hand at other things like wrestling and singing, but got booed off the stage during her first performance.
After denying any knowledge for weeks, Harding finally admitted she found out shortly after the attack and did not go to the police.
All of this came out in the tabloids in late January, with Americans lining up on either side of the debate.
She was sentenced to probation, community service and forced to pay a fine. Four men were arrested for the attack, including Stant, Gillooly and Harding's bodyguard Shawn Eckardt.