Clark County sheriff's deputies responded to two calls early Sunday morning involving oregon ice skater and Portland's bad girl Tonya Harding.
According to the sheriff’s office, deputies received a call from Tonya Harding at Yacolt Towing around 5 a.m., reporting that four men and a woman tried to break into her car and steal it. Harding also said people were stashing rifles on the side of her property, police said.
rn A deputy found no evidence to support her claims but noted that she also said she was having an adverse reaction to an unspecified medication.
rn Later that same morning, police received another call regarding ice skater Harding, this time from a friend who told authorities the skater was "seeing animals." The friend told police that she didn’t think Tonya Harding was violent but that she was “scaring her kids” and just wanted her out of the home.
Tonya Harding's 1994 wedding honeymoon filmed into a homemade camcorder intercourse thirty minutes sex video fulfilled a curiosity for Celebrity Sex. Tonya Harding and ex-husband Jeff Gillooly perform an hot fiercy amateur celebrity sex homemade video in their wedding night.
rn Although the first and last few minutes are filmed hand-held while the rest is filmed on tripod, Tonya Harding and Jeff Gillooly definitely reviewed similar films beforehand to perform as they did, assuring the viewer that they knew what was desired to be seen.
rn The Tonya Harding's wedding night video sex is a half hour porn flick styled in the manner that would arise from any one of us with the home video equipment made available to the masses around 1994. In the sex video, Tonya Harding is on top of Jeff Gillooly all the time, demonstrating who's the boss in bed.
U.S. Ice skater Tonya Harding fell into notoriety in 1994 when she, her then-husband and their associates were implicated in an assault on her skating rival, Nancy Kerrigan, in January 1994. Tonya Harding pleaded guilty to hindering prosecution and was a flop that year at the Winter Olympics in Norway.
rn Tonya Harding won a gold medal at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in 1991 after landing a triple axel in the competition, a first for an American woman.