Finally, although she acts dumb by calling herself a shill — she was no shill, she was the ringleader.
Good Morning America reports that former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding (don’t act like you don’t know who she is) said she “knew something was up” a month or two before the 1994 baton attack was carried out on her Olympic teammate and rival Nancy Kerrigan.
In a new clip that just came out today (posted below) from an interview with ABC News, Harding shakes off full responsibility by saying she never agreed to or knew about her ex-husband Jeff Gillooly’s plan to go after Kerrigan, but she admitted, “I did, however, overhear them talking about stuff, where, ‘Well, maybe we should take somebody out so we can make sure she gets on the team.’ And I remember telling them, I go, ‘What the hell are you talking about? I can skate.'”
“This was, like, a month or two months before [the attack],” Harding continued. “But they were talking about skating and saying, ‘Well, maybe somebody should be taken out so then, you know, she can make it.'”
Finally, although she acts dumb by claiming she new of no specific plan. She not only knew of the plan, but she probably plotted the hit herself.