High profile trial Gwyneth Paltrow and Terry Sanderson It climaxed on Thursday with the actress winning a counterclaim against the man who claims she walked in on him in 2016. As Paltrow left the courtroom, she whispered a message to Sanderson: “I wish you well,” he told reporters outside the court.
On Thursday, after a short deliberation, the jury decided that Paltrow was not responsible for the skateboarding collision in Park City, Utah. Immediately after the court adjournment, I got up and walked over to Sanderson and talked to him.
The moment, like the rest of the trial, was caught on camera. Whispers quickly spread with the news that Paltrow was off the hook, and many wondered what she said to Sanderson.
Outside the courtroom, Sanderson was asked by reporters what Paltrow had said. Her exact words: I wish you well. Very nice of her,” he said.
When asked if he responded, Sanderson told reporters, “Thank you, honey.”
Sanderson accused Paltrow, who was skiing the mountain with her children, of “beating” him on the slopes. He claimed that the accident left him with broken ribs and symptoms of a brain injury.
He sought damages in excess of $300,000, and Paltrow, who maintained that Sanderson bumped into her, sued for a token $1 and her attorney’s fees. both of them testified during the trial, Sharing vastly different accounts of the incident, which have received widespread attention.
“I felt that acquiescing to a false claim threatened my integrity,” Paltrow said in a statement after the verdict was read. “I am pleased with the outcome and appreciate all the hard work of Judge Holmberg and the jury, and I thank them for their thoughtfulness in handling this case.”
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