Gwyneth Paltrow testifies in Utah ski accident trial #Shorts

Gwyneth Paltrow takes the stand in a trial over a 2016 ski crash at a resort in Utah.

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Gwyneth Paltrow is speaking her side of the story. The celebrity wellness CEO and "Shakespeare in Love" star took the stand Friday in Utah after being sued for a ski crash in 2016, referred to as a "hit and run."

Paltrow is on trial, which began Tuesday, after being sued for $300,000 by Terry Sanderson in 2019, who claimed she seriously injured him during a crash on the beginner slopes at Deer Valley Resort in Park City in 2016. Paltrow filed her own lawsuit against Sanderson seeking "symbolic damages in the amount of $1, plus her costs and attorney’s fees to defend this meritless claim," her lawsuit states.

Sanderson also claims Paltrow left him on the mountain without help. Paltrow has denied the allegations and in a counterclaim said it was Sanderson who crashed into her.

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  1. Paltrow stole the script for Shakespeare In Love from Winona Ryder and then slept with uncle Harvey to get her undeserved Oscar. It tells you a lot about her morals and values.

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