Law­suit blames ski­ing in­juries on Gwyneth Pal­trow

The Tribune (SLO) - - Espresso -

A Utah man filed a law­suit Tues­day ac­cus­ing ac­tress Gwyneth Pal­trow of se­ri­ously in­jur­ing him dur­ing ski crash at a Park City re­sort in 2016.

Re­tired doc­tor Terry San­der­son said in the law­suit that Pal­trow was ski­ing out of con­trol and smashed into him from be­hind, leav­ing him with a con­cus­sion and four bro­ken ribs. The al­leged in­ci­dent oc­curred Feb. 26, 2016, on a be­gin­ner run at Deer Val­ley Re­sort.

Pal­trow de­nied the claims through a spokes­woman, who said via email: “This law­suit is without merit and we ex­pect to be vin­di­cated.”

San­der­son’s law­suit claims Pal­trow left him in­jured on the moun­tain and didn’t send for help. A Deer Val­ley ski in­struc­tor ski­ing with Pal­trow and her fam­ily and friends filed a false in­ci­dent re­port say­ing Pal­trow didn’t cause the crash, the law­suit al­leges.

The re­sort is also be­ing sued.

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