Gwyneth Paltrow Set To Take The Stand In Her Ski Accident Case
Gwyneth Paltrow is being sued over a 2016 “hit and run” ski crash in Park City, Utah. Paltrow could take the stand in her own defense. Retired optometrist Terry Sanderson filed the lawsuit asking for $3.1 million in 2019, claiming he was seriously injured when she was skiing “out of control” and crashed into him February 26, 2016. Sanderson claims he was left with a traumatic brain injury, broken ribs and a loss of enjoyment of life — but Paltrow’s lawyers are pitting their defense saying he’s lying.
Paltrow countersued, alleging it was HIM who rammed into HER and delivered a “full-body blow.” Like the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial, you can watch the proceeding streamed live started Tuesday and expected to last eight days. She is expected to take the stand in her own defense today.