A jury is deliberating in a trial focused on a 2016 ski collision between Gwyneth Paltrow and a 76-year-old man suing her.
Jury deliberates as Paltrow’s ski collision trial ends
A jury has begun deliberating in Gwyneth Paltrow’s trial over a 2016 ski collision at a Utah resort.
Lawyers for Paltrow and the man suing her described their clients in closing arguments as aggrieved victims participating in a years-long legal battle to take a stand for truth.
The eight-person jury is tasked with weighing duelling versions of who was the downhill skier, making the other culpable according to a skier responsibility code.
During closing arguments on Thursday, Paltrow’s lawyers asked jurors to disregard the opposing side’s emotional pleas for sympathy of Terry Sanderson over the state of his relationships.