Where Is Tonya Harding Now?
Here's What the Real Tonya Harding Is Up to Now
She Cowrote Her Autobiography
In 2008, she coauthored The Tonya Tapes with Lynda Prouse. Releasing years' worth of interviews, confessions, and more, the book touches on all aspects of her life. In the pages, she shares details of her abusive mother and a suicide attempt. One of the biggest bombshell claims is being held at gunpoint by Gillooly, who proceeded to sexually assault her with two other unknown men. He reportedly did this right after the Kerrigan attack so that she'd keep quiet to the FBI.
According to Harding, the autobiography did a lot to help her mend wounds and move on. "Since I finished the book, it's been a healing process for me," she said. "And I'm sure it probably will be for the rest of my life."