Gwyneth Paltrow, at the trial that began this Tuesday

  • The alleged victim, a 76-year-old retired physician, seeks damages of $300,000 for physical and psychological harm.

  • The actress’ version, which will testify in the coming days, is that he was the one who bumped into her and told her he was fine.

  • “He skid out of control” with “conscious disregard for people”, alleges plaintiff’s lawyer

today started trial in Utah (United States) in which the actress Gwyneth Paltrow (50 years old) is accused of Seriously injuring a man and failing to help him during a skiing accident in 2016.

The perpetrator and alleged victim is Terry Sanderson, a 76-year-old retired physician which coincided with the actress and owner of lifestyle portal Goop at the Deer Valley Ski Resort in Park City, Mountain resort town that hosts the Sundance Film Festival. He claims that Paltrow collided with him and as a consequence left him”brain damage, four broken ribs and other serious injuries.”

The actress “skied out of control” with “conscious disregard for people”

Retired optometrist Terry Sanderson stated that the actress skied “out of control” and this after “hit him, he got up, turned and skied off, leaving him stunned, lying in the snow, seriously injured”, he said in his 2019 filing.

The man claims that waited nearly three years to report because he couldn’t function properly due to a concussion and also because of some problems with the lawyers.

Sanderson is now asking for a compensation of $300,000, after his resignation Initial order of $3.1 million. He claims that the accident was the result of a negligence and left you physically injured and emotionally disturbed.

Robert Sykes, Sanderson’s lawyer, spoke about the Academy Award-winning actress’s “conscious contempt for people”leaving your customer with a “head trauma”. “And she knew skiing like that…was reckless.”he added. “It is the responsibility of uphill skiers to yield right of way to people below… They know that skiers can be less experienced and that the skiers below them trust that those behind them are paying attention.” argument.

Paltrow instructor saw Sanderson injured and didn’t help either

Sanderson’s attorney also told the jury that Paltrow was skiing on a green hill with her two children, her future husband, Brad Falchuk, and four instructors. when he hit his client from behind.

The claim states that Paltrow’s ski instructor saw Sanderson injured but didn’t try to help either. didn’t even ask for help. And soon accused Mr. Sanderson of causing the accident on a “false report to protect his client”, says the retired doctor’s defense.

Paltrow will testify in the 8-day trial

The trial started around 9am. in a Park City courtroom, with jury of six women and four men.

Paltrow arrived early in the morning. and was even seen sitting in front of the judge, shaking her head during testimony by plaintiff’s attorneys. it is expected that the witness actress to defend himself against the allegations in a test that will last for the next 8 daysUntil March 30th.

Gwyneth Paltrow on trialRick Bowmer

Paltrow’s version: “He bumped into me and said he was fine”

O Gwyneth Paltrow versionwho presented a counterclaim, is that it was he who had hit her. guarantees that the “Mr Sanderson apologized to her and said she was fine”. But the accident rocked her and she stopped skiing with her family that day. ask for Sanderson be obligated to pay his attorney fees and $1 in damages.