Gwyneth Paltrow ‘shaken up’ after ski crash, says daughter Apple Martin – National
Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter, 18-year-old Apple Martin, said her mother was “upset” and “visibly upset” after a skiing crash that was the centerpiece of a high-profile civil lawsuit in Utah in 2016. I did,” he testified.
Apple’s deposition was read out in court on Tuesday. Her brother, her 16-year-old Moses, also had her Martin, Deer, Utah, read the depositions to the jury, although he did not witness the actual skiing accident at Valley Resort. rice field.
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Paltrow’s children, whom she shares with ex-husband Coldplay’s Chris Martin, were expected to testify in person, but due to time constraints, Paltrow’s attorneys decided to have the deposition voiced in court. I chose to publish it and read it.
Retired optometrist Terry Sanderson is suing Paltrow, 50, for seriously injuring him after he crashed into him from behind and “knocked him down and knocked him out hard.”
Sanderson, 76, claimed the crash caused “permanent traumatic brain injury, four broken ribs, pain, suffering and loss of enjoyment in life.” He claims Paltrow left him down on a slope and fled on skis, he has a lawsuit against her over US$300,000.
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Paltrow has denied responsibility for the crash, claiming Sanderson drove her ski into her back. She is counterclaiming for her $1 and her attorney fees. Her attorney claims Sanderson is suing to “exploit her fame and her wealth.”
Paltrow and her children, aged 11 and 9 at the time, were skiing at Deer Valley Resort with Paltrow’s now-husband Brad Falchuk and his two children. .
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Apple testified that she was in front of Paltrow on the slopes, but said she “heard a commotion” behind her while she was skiing. When we met at the ski lodge after her crash, Apple said her mother looked distressed, she said Paltrow told her a man had knocked her over at the ski slopes. Told.
“I’ve never seen her so upset. She was clearly upset and in some kind of pain,” Apple said in a deposition.
She said Paltrow didn’t ski for the rest of the day (a claim backed up by Paltrow, who claimed in a viral clip that she “lost half a day of skiing” as a result of the injuries she sustained).
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In a deposition, Moses testified that he and an accompanying ski instructor witnessed the aftermath of the crash, and he and the instructor skied to where Paltrow was on the ground. Moses claimed the man crashed into Paltrow’s body from behind.
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Moses said Paltrow was “yelling at that guy.”
“She was saying things like, ‘Oh my God. You just ran into me,” Moses said in her deposition.
Sanderson’s legal team had previously claimed that Paltrow skied into Sanderson after he was distracted by Moses calling his name. Did.
It is not clear at this time if Falchuk will speak in court.
Two of Sanderson’s daughters testified in court last week. They testified that their relationship with their father suffered as a direct result of the apparent injury caused by the skiing collision.
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Before the depositions of Martin’s children were read out, jurors heard over seven hours of testimony from medical experts on nerve injuries and rehabilitation.
The Sanderson v. Paltrow trial is ongoing.
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