Gwyneth Paltrow is reflecting on her headline-making ski crash trial.
In March, a jury in Utah discovered the Oscar winner not at fault for accidents sustained by the retired optometrist Terry Sanderson, who sued over an alleged collision on a beginner-level slope at Deer Valley Resort in 2016. As a part of her authorized victory, Paltrow—who countersued Sanderson, claiming that he was the one who brought about the accident—was awarded $1 in damages and authorized charges.
And looking out again almost six months later, the 51-year-old described the courtroom saga, which captivated the nation, as a “fairly intense expertise.”
“That entire factor was fairly bizarre,” Paltrow informed the New York Instances in an interview printed Sept. 30. “I do not know that I’ve even processed it. It was one thing I felt like I survived.”
The Goop founder added, “Typically in my life it takes me a very long time to look again and course of one thing and perceive one thing.”
The authorized battle first began started in January 2019, when Sanderson filed a lawsuit towards Paltrow and accused her of crashing into him on the ski slope—an accident that he mentioned trigger him to maintain “a mind harm, 4 damaged ribs and different accidents.” A month after Sanderson’s submitting, Paltrow countersued Sanderson, accusing him of taking authorized motion “in an try to use her superstar and wealth” in her submitting.