Gwyneth Paltrow wins the lawsuit against the skier who claimed more than 3 million

Gwyneth Paltrow wins the lawsuit against the skier who claimed more than 3 million

seven years later Gwyneth Paltrow experienced an incident in a ski resort, it seems that he will finally be able to turn the page. The actress had to go to trial after the complaint filed by the person who allegedly hit her according to her version. And finally the jury of the courtroom of Park City (Utah, United States) ended up agreeing with him.

It all happened in 2016 when the plaintiff, Terry Anderson, was skiing at Deer Valley Resort. Still according to his words, the interpreter of Seven or Shakespeare in love lost control of his skis and knocked him down causing him injuries to varying degrees including brain damage, four broken ribs and other injuries.

The complaint filed in 2019, the content of which was reproduced by the Salt Lake Tribune, also referred to the fact that after the accident, Gwyneth Paltrow had not alerted the rescue and rescue teams to help her. For this whole situation, he demanded a payment of more than 3 million dollars.

As witnesses and experts worked their way through the trial, the economic claim was eventually lowered to $300,000, but the actress was unwilling to reach an economic settlement and her defense worked until at the end to be declared innocent and that the plaintiff will become guilty with a counterclaim.

Paltrow’s version was gradually demonstrated, in the opinion of the jury. It was even an expert neurologist called at the plaintiff’s request who testified by video call who, when asked by the interpreter’s defence, ended up confirming that unless the speed of the impact had been speed of 100 kilometers per hour, it was impossible for him to have caused this damage. So finally the verdict acquitted the actress of all guilt and blamed the other skier who will have to pay 1 dollar as restitution in addition to bearing the costs of the lawsuit.

“I felt that consenting to a false statement compromised my integrity. I am pleased with the outcome and appreciate all the hard work of Judge Holmberg and the jury.and thank you for your consideration in handling this matter,” Gwyneth Paltrow posted via Instagram Stories.

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