The events of the trial that attracted the attention of a large number of social media users will be presented in a new Discovery+ documentary titled “Gwyneth vs. Terry: The Ski Crash Trial”
The actress and entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow sued for injuring a retired optometrist he fell on while skiing at Deer Valley Resort in Utah.
In addition to his serious injuries, Terry Sanderson claimed that the skiing accident has changed his life and his daily activities.
The court ruled that Paltrow was not responsible for Terry Sanderson’s injury. As she left the courtroom, the actress and lifestyle and health guru leaned over to tell Sanderson: “Get well soon”.
After the trial was over, Sanderson said the whole process wasn’t worth it. “I’ll be on the internet forever,” he declared.
However, he did not know that apart from the internet, he would also become the subject of a documentary.
The events of the trial that attracted the attention of a large number of social media users will be presented in a new documentary by Discovery+ titled “Gwyneth vs. Terry: The Ski Crash Trial”.
THE trial it made headlines for the absurdity of the case (who skied over whom) and for Paltrow’s enviable courtroom style, which exuded a low-key energy of whimsical opulence.
It is unclear whether the documentary will reveal anything new about the Utah case.
After the verdict, Paltrow’s attorney, Stephen Owens, said in a statement: “We are pleased with the outcome and appreciate the judgment of the judge and the Judicial Council.
Gwyneth is known to defends the right thing and the case is no different. Keep standing up for what’s right.”
The American actress noted: “I felt that agreeing to a false allegation compromised my integrity. I am pleased with the outcome and appreciate the hard work of Judge Holberg and the board and thank them for their prudence in handling the case.”
“We bring our viewers the stories they’re passionate about, whether it’s talent shows or true crime and paranormal series that attract an extremely curious audience who want to investigate the scariest cases with our experts” said Clare Laycock, head of content for networks and streaming platforms at Warner Bros. Discovery for the UK and Ireland.
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