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Gwyneth Paltrow trial live: Skateboarding collision X-rays emerge as Goop mogul complains about court photos

Gwyneth Paltrow trial live: Skateboarding collision X-rays emerge as Goop mogul complains about court photos

Gwyneth Paltrow’s lawyer complains after filming the actress in court

The ongoing civil trial of actor Gwyneth Paltrow over a 2016 skiing collision continued on Wednesday.

The Hollywood star and CEO of Goop was accused of running into retired ophthalmologist Terry Sanderson, 76, on a ski slope at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah in February 2016.

Mr Sanderson claims Paltrow slammed him in a “full body blow” leaving him with “a permanent traumatic brain injury, four broken ribs, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress and disfigurement”.

Meanwhile, Paltrow claims it was Sanderson who bumped into her on the ramp.

Testifying before Mr. Sanderson’s legal team, a neuroradiologist, Dr. Wendell Gibby, said that the scenario presented by Sanderson was more consistent with the degree of his injuries.

“The force of an injury from a fall alone will not be the same as if someone had hit you and knocked you down,” said Dr. Gibby. “If you have the combined strength of two people, it will also increase… the possibility of him being injured.”

The injuries caused Sanderson to “suddenly” experience a sharp decline in the quality of his mental and emotional life, the radiologist said.

Seven years later, the trial will determine who is responsible for damages that started at $3.1 million but have since been reduced to a $300,000 claim against Paltrow. She is seeking $1 in damages and to cover her legal fees.

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Gwyneth complains about being filmed in a ski crash trial

“We’ve got a new camera pointed at my clients over there,” said attorney Steve Owens. “It was this [continuing] Problem is, for example, the reporters were in front of my client’s car coming out yesterday, the cameras in her face.”

He continued, “I’m crazy, I don’t want journalists to make changes without informing [the judge]. “

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A US court said Gwyneth Paltrow “hit the skater and then ‘pulled’ without a word.”

A US court heard Gwyneth Paltrow “hit” another skater and then “pulled” off the slope without saying a word.

The Oscar-winning actress allegedly had a crush with Terry Sanderson, leaving him unresponsive at a Deer Valley resort in Utah in 2016.

Mr. Sanderson, a retired ophthalmologist, is suing Paltrow over the incident, with proceedings underway in Park City, Utah.

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Terry Sanderson heard “hysterical screams” before impact

Mr. Sanderson claims that Ms. Paltrow was descending the novice slope of the Bandana Run on Flagstaff Mountain in an “out of control” manner, According to Court TV.

He claims she hit him so hard he got kicked out. In a press conference in 2019, he said that moments before the collision, “He heard this just hysterical screaming like… King Kong in the jungle or something”.

Terry Sanderson during a press conference in 2019

He said at the time that he believed the speed at which Ms. Paltrow was bitten could explain the extent of his injuries. “A small bullet can make a big hole,” he said Salt Lake Tribune.

“It was just instantaneous,” he said in 2019. “I hurt my back. … I felt like it pushed me forward.”

He said he remembered not being able to control himself as he went down.

“Then that’s all I remember up to that point—just outside,” he said.

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Gwyneth Paltrow faces trial confrontation over ‘hysterical King Kong’ skateboarding accident

A retired ophthalmologist claims he was skiing with friends when he heard “hysterical screams like… King Kong in the Jungle or something”.

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Trial says Gwyneth Paltrow’s claim she bumped into skier not ‘reasonable’

The court heard Terry Sanderson showed the “typical hallmarks” of a post-crash traumatic brain injury in 2016.

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An expert explains Mr. Sanderson’s injuries after the collision

Sanderson’s lawyers are trying to prove that it was Ms. Paltrow who hit their client, arguing that a downhill skier always has the right of way.

Instead, Paltrow argues, Sanderson bumped into her.

Testifying for the defence, neuroradiologist Dr Gibby said the scenario presented by Mr Sanderson’s lawyers was more consistent with the degree of his injuries – four broken ribs.

“The force of an injury from a fall alone will not be the same as if someone had hit you and knocked you down,” said Dr. Gibby. “If you have the combined strength of two people, it will also increase… the possibility of him being injured.”

(Court TV)

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ICYMI: The parties aim to prove who is responsible for the collision

Sanderson argues that Ms. Paltrow is primarily responsible for the accident. In his complaint filed in 2019, he alleged that after the collision, she “got up, turned and walked away, leaving Sanderson stunned, lying on the snow, with serious injuries.”

On the other hand, Ms. Paltrow claims her coach actually witnessed the collision.

The rule of hills in Utah is that those ahead of you have the right of way and those coming from behind must avoid others. Sanderson and Paltrow both claim to have been at the bottom of the mountain.

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The testimony is done for today

Testimony stopped for the day in Park City, Utah, at the trial about who was responsible for a 2016 skiing accident involving Gwyneth Paltrow.

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned The Independent For the latest news and analysis from the case.

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Utah court heard Gwyneth Paltrow’s skiing accident caused man to “suddenly” lose mental function

A 2016 skiing accident with actor Gwyneth Paltrow left a man with long-term injuries, including to his mental health and cognitive ability, a Utah court heard Wednesday, during the second day of testimony in Park City court.

Retired ophthalmologist Terry Sanderson is seeking $300,000 in damages from the aftermath of a collision between the two at a Deer Valley resort in Utah that experts testified left the 76-year-old with permanent damage.

Radiologist Dr Wendell Gibby, who examined Mr Sanderson, told the court that the man had the “hallmarks” of a brain injury, and that his quality of life had “abruptly deteriorated” after the crash, drastically changing things for “extremely high functioning”. A person with high energy.”

More details in our full story.

Josh MarcusMarch 23, 2023 01:06

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Gastroenterologist condemns Gwyneth Paltrow’s use of ‘rectal ozone therapy’

The experience of a skiing accident in 2016 isn’t the only controversy the Goop mogul has faced.

The IndependentAmber Raiken reports:

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