Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding's ex-husband Jeff Gillooly masterminds the 1994 plot in which a hired thug clubs the knee of Harding's rival Nancy Kerrigan, forcing her out of the U.S. championships. Harding goes on to win, securing an Olympic spot.
Gillooly pleads guilty to racketeering and serves six months in prison. The phrase "getting Gillooly'd" enters the vernacular as a synonym for a sneak attack.
Gillooly, who could not be reached for comment, returns home to Oregon and changes his name to Jeff Stone. He remarries, has two kids and opens a tanning salon. Between 2000 and 2003, he's arrested twice on domestic-violence charges; both are dropped. By 2006, he is selling used cars, though one of his employers has its license revoked. Now 40, he's divorced again and dating a Portland exotic dancer, according to the woman's sister.