I think you'll do better to totally erase the effect and sharp the edges of your subject. It's ok if you want to leave the rgb on the left hand cause is moving fast and is very close to the noise source, you know, motion blur + rgb = strong rgb. Leaving that on the entire figure means to double edge it and it makes it confusing to read and even to get the colors.
Another fact is that you get that effect in dark shootings (or overcast to dark portion of your set), this means that the rgb is usually strong on the corners of the camera (cause they are getting more occlusion and it depends on the lens and aperture too cause a low aperture means a progressive blur effect away from the center or focus... this is why motion blur + rgb = strong rgb). In high light portions of the image the edges are so neat that you can't see the effect at all unless the light on your subject is being reflected toward the camera (causing a blur fading light, that's why on the source the rgb is more strong) but your subject is behind the light source so it gets only a strong rim light so... sharp edges
If there's a post production fx professional i think he can explain the thing better than me.
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