Former skater Tonya Harding, who competed in the Olympics in 1002 and 1994, is most associated with the 1994 Kerrigan scandal. She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to hinder prosecution and was placed on three years’ probation and fined $160,000, according to the New York Times. After a number of short-lived careers, she became a boxer. Following her probation, Harding resigned herself to private life, occasionally serving to answer trivia questions or the subject of an ironic museum in Brooklyn named Think 1994.The film I, Tonya, which stars Margot Robbie and tells the story of the 1994 attack on Kerrigan from multiple perspectives, brought Harding back into the spotlight. At first, Harding was hesitant about the film, but overall, she seems to like its portrayal of her life.