Gwyneth Paltrow is currently on trial after a man named Terry Sanderson for allegedly causing substantial injury during a skiing incident. Keep scrolling for information on the case, updates on the trial and more.
Why is Gwyneth Paltrow on trial?
In 2019, Sanderson sued Paltrow, claiming he suffered serious injuries after she allegedly knocked him over while skiing. The incident took place at a beginner’s ski course at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah on February 26, 2016.
Sanderson is suing the Political actress for more than $300,000 in damages, according to legal documents obtained byIn contact. He originally asked for $3.1 million in damages. However, several of his claims were dismissed by the court during a 2022 hearing.
He claimed he suffered “a brain injury, four broken ribs and other serious injuries” after the incident. Additionally, Sanderson alleged that Paltrow was “out of control” while he was skiing.
After the incident, the shakespeare in love the actress allegedly skied away without attempting to get help for Sanderson. The paperwork also notes that Deer Valley Resort staff allegedly blamed him for the collision in a filed incident report.
Paltrow filed a countersuit against Sanderson. She is seeking $1 in nominal damages, as well as attorneys’ fees.
When will the Gwyneth Paltrow trial take place?
The trial began on Tuesday, March 21 in Park City. It is expected to last approximately two weeks and will be broadcast live by various outlets on YouTube.
Who will testify during Gwyneth Paltrow’s trial?
During her attorney’s opening statements on March 21, it was revealed that Paltrow’s husband, brad falchuckand his sons – Apple Martin and Moses Martin – will take the stand to testify.
What has Gwyneth Paltrow said about the case?
In her amended complaint, Paltrow alleged that Sanderson “admits that she does not remember what happened” and that “Ms. Paltrow remembers what happened very clearly.” In addition, she claimed that Sanderson “ran into her back” while she was on the slope with her family.
She allegedly “received a ‘full body blow’” and “was angry” with Sanderson after the collision.
Paltrow added that she “seeks $1 in economic and non-economic damages caused by these injuries, plus cost and attorneys’ fees to defend this meritless claim” because her “injuries were relatively minor.”