PEOPLE's Most Shocking Scandals

Heidi Fleiss, Interngate, the Battling Bobbitts – look at the most astonishing events of the past 30 years. By Lucy Maher

ICE-CAPADES

It was no ordinary day at the ice-skating rink when Olympic hopeful Nancy Kerrigan was hit in the leg by a club-wielding assailant on Jan. 6, 1994. Tonya Harding, her skating rival, was implicated in the plot; her husband, Jeff Gillooly, served jail time for conspiracy. Harding pleaded guilty to one felony conspiracy count, and was later banned for life by the U.S. Figure Skating Association.