In the Utah ski accident case, Gwyneth Paltrow was declared not at fault and given $1

In the civil trial where a retired ophthalmologist claimed that she had collided with him on a ski hill, Gwyneth Paltrow was ruled not at fault.

Her $1 request was granted by an eight-person jury in Terry Sanderson's countersuit about an incident that occurred in 2016 on a ski hill at Deer Valley in Park City, Utah. Sanderson, according to Paltrow, slammed into her.

The jury sided with the Oscar winner, despite his claims that he suffered four fractured ribs and a concussion, which had an impact on his brain and,

consequently, every part of his life, including his relationships with others.The jury expressly decided that Sanderson was entirely at blame and had harmed Paltrow.

Paltrow stated in a statement following the decision, "I believed that accepting a bogus allegation put my integrity at risk.

I am happy with the result, and I want to thank Judge Holmberg and the jury for their hard work and consideration throughout this case."

Her legal team added the following comment: "We are happy with the jury's unanimous decision and value how carefully the judge and jury handled the matter.

Gwyneth has a history of standing up for what she believes in; this instance was no exception, and she will keep doing so."

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