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Tonya Harding’s agent quits over her request to fine reporters

Tonya Harding’s comeback tour just took a nightstick to the knee over her own greed and denial. The disgraced figure skater was dumped by her own publicist/agent for demanding that journalists pay fines if they dare ask about the kneecapping Nancy Kerrigan suffered ahead of the 1994 Winter Olympics. Michael A. Rosenberg, who represented Harding during the “I, Tonya” promotional tour, revealed the demand in a Facebook post (via Twitter) on Thursday. “‘I, Tonya’ is now ‘goodbye, Tonya,'” he wrote. “Unfortunately, we reached an impasse today on how to treat the press in the future. Her adamant and final position is that reporters must sign an affidavit stating that they won’t ask her anything ‘about the past’ or ...