"Obviously, it doesn't work that way, and therefore I've chosen to terminate our business relationship".
She added that she has been busy recently. "As you say, I was the victim", she said.
THR caught up with Gillespie on the red carpet where he addressed some of the backlash the film has been getting because some outlets have mistaken the film's message as praise for Harding and the crime that was committed when her peer Nancy Kerrigan was attacked.More news: PSEB announces exam dates for classes 10 and 12
Jeff Gillooly, ex-husband of figure skater Tonya Harding, listens to questions from cameramen, January 15, 1994 after picking up the mail outside the rural cabin the couple shares. And although she admitted she did "spank" her children with a hairbrush, she claimed Harding "wouldn't know what a beating was".
The tell-all interview, which aired on Thursday night, also uncovered Harding's admission that she did in fact hear talk of a planned attack between ex-husband Jeff Gillooly and his friend Shawn Eckhardt. "It was a steak knife", Harding said.
"I am so over the glamorization of a villain simply because she was born on the 'wrong side of the tracks.' While her upbringing may have been tragic, athletes come from all walks of life and succeed based on merit, not assault".More news: Won't expel sex offender
Tonya Harding is back on the ice in her latest interview with ABC News. I have my life. I mean, my face was bruised. We both have wonderful lives. On social media, the Olympic figure skater slammed the movie for the glorification of Harding. Later, authorities discovered that Harding's ex-husband and bodyguard masterminded the attack in hopes of improving Harding's chances at the US Trials and the Olympics. "Tonya herself called us trailer trash".
After the 1994 Olympics, Kerrigan got married, had a family, and became one of the most recognizable figure skaters. John Gaps, AP U.S. figure skaters Nancy Kerrigan, right, and Tonya Harding, left, join other members of the team to practice their routine, Monday, Feb. 21, 1994, Hamar, Norway.
Olympic journalist Philip Hersh tweeted, when he shared Rosenberg's Facebook post, that Harding has "a long history of biting the hands that fed her" and had "backed into a corner the agent who made [I, Tonya] happen". Moments later Harding interrupted her program because of problems with her skates. Harding, who was charged for hindering the prosecution, was sentenced to three years of probation, 500 hours of community service and ordered to pay a $16,000 fine. She was also banned from the U.S. Figure Skating Association.More news: Sandy Spring Bank Decreases Position in McDonald's Co. (MCD)