Tonya Harding’s longtime representative Michael Rosenberg has ended his business relationship with the former Olympic figure skater.
In a Facebook post, Rosenberg explained Harding’s demands got a little out of hand.
“Unfortunately, we reached an impasse today regarding how to treat the press in the future,” Rosenberg wrote. “Her [Harding’s] adamant and final position is that reporters must sign an affidavit stating that they won’t ask her anything ‘about the past’ or they will be fined $25,000.”
“Obviously, it doesn’t work that way; and therefore I’ve chosen to terminate our business relationship,” he continued.
Rosenberg revealed while he was “sad” to end their relationship he appreciates the “adventure”, “… But at the same time, I’m happy that I had such an adventure with the movie and with recreating a new positive image for her in the public eye. And I sincerely wish her the best.”
“I thank all of you who followed me on ‘this adventure’ and offered me such encouragement and support along the way,” he concluded his post. “I’ll never forget it.”
Meanwhile, earlier this week Nancy Kerrigan was asked by The Boston Globe about her thoughts on the Harding film, “I, Tonya”, and she had very little to say. The figure skater said she hasn’t watched the movie yet and she’s just “living her life” and not focusing on that part of her past.