Gwyneth Paltrow will obtain $1 after efficiently defending herself in opposition to a lawsuit over a ski crash in 2016, however will not get well any authorized charges, a remaining judgment has said.
The Hollywood actress gained the civil court docket case final month in opposition to retired optometrist, Terry Sanderson, who alleged she had collided with him at a Utah ski resort in 2016.
Mr Sanderson, 76, sued her for $300,000 (£242,000), saying the 2016 collision on the slopes of Utah left him with a number of damaged ribs and extreme mind accidents. Paltrow countersued for $1 claiming he was at fault.
A unanimous jury discovered Mr Sanderson was “100%” at fault for the accident after the two-week trial, and Paltrow was awarded the symbolic greenback.
However, the Oscar-winning star won’t obtain any additional authorized prices, US decide Kent Holmberg dominated.
The remaining judgment learn: “The parties have stipulated that Ms Paltrow will agree not to seek recovery of her attorneys’ fees and costs, and the plaintiff agrees not to appeal the verdict or file any post-verdict motions.”
Shortly following the decision, Paltrow stated she was “pleased with the outcome” of the trial.
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In an announcement posted to her Instagram story she stated she felt that “acquiescing to a false claim compromised my integrity”, and thanked jurors for his or her “thoughtfulness” in dealing with the case.