Salt Lake City, a retired physician, has filed a lawsuit against a famous Hollywood actress, claiming she was seriously injured in a "catastrophic catastrophe" at Deer Valley Resort three years ago.
Terry Sanderson, 72, announced a lawsuit Tuesday against Gwyneth Paltrow, Deer Valley Resort and ski instructor Eric Christiansen. Sanderson is looking for at least $ 3.1 million from "Iron Man" and "Shakespeare in Love" actress, claiming she plowed it in and caused severe brain trauma, skied away without saying a word, and then claiming Sanderson is guilty .
] "I've been skiing for more than 30 years, I've never knocked anyone down and I did not hurt him. I have never been knocked down or injured. I think this is a unique situation and especially when it's not nice to Leave me there, "he said on Tuesday.
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Just before he was hit, Sanderson said he heard a scream as if the woman who was going to hit him did not pay attention, and in the last minute I realized that the clash was inevitable.
"I heard this hysterical cry, as you never hear a track, I've never heard of it in my life, just as King Kong came out of the jungle or something like that, it was instant, I hit it in my back," he said. ] Sanderson, who wore a helmet, said he fell face to face with the Paltrow snow on his back.Sanderson believed he had been removed for 5 to 10 minutes
"I remember feeling sore, my ribs were really painful, and my brain felt as if he had been injected with Novocain, I do not know how to describe it. "He was just numb. There was no point, he said.
Sanderson said he took a while to remember his name, but he could not remember where he was.
"I know I'm skiing, but I have no idea where I am skiing. And then the skier who was there, who really thought he was there to help, left. I remember having a sinking feeling in my stomach, "he said.
According to Sanderson and his two lawyers, Salt Lake Lawyer for Civil Rights Robert Sums and Laurence Buhler, Paltrow escapes without saying a word while the instructor is Lawyers say the ski resort has subsequently filled in a fake report claims that the crash is to blame for Sanderson.
Sanderson said he had tried to reach the people of Paltrow over the years, hoping for Sega, the retired optician who moved to Utah from Soda Springs, Idaho, said he was "justified" as well as for bodily harm.
was a point in all this thing, many times, I thought (apology) would be enough. But when I began to feel my feelings for myself, I began to feel louder about the fact that it was wrong, he said. that now says my truth. "She knows. She knows what has happened, "added Sanderson, who said he was" offensive "that Paltrou was not telling the truth.
When asked if he was still going to have a lawsuit and held a press conference, if the person he was confronted with was not As a celebrity, Sanderson's lawyer said yes.
"I think we will have a press conference for every big ski collision where someone has a brain trauma and has four broken ribs and ski skiing in the distance and" This is a standard case of skiing. "
While ski resorts are mostly protected from lawsuits, if the skier breaks, Sykes said the difference in this case is that Deer Valley has not taken the "right action."
Deer Valley Resort declined to comment on the case on Tuesday. The lawyer, representing Paltrow's case in Utah, directs all calls to the Paltrow publicist in California. A brief statement to several media, including USA Today, that the suit is "without merit" and that Paltrow will be "acquitted."
Sykes said that all skiers know they are behaving with code so they do not recklessly or outwardly
"A very, very important rule for skiers, and even applies to celebrities, believe it or not. for Gwyneth Paltrow, "he said.
The case claims that Paltrow is skis "out of control," "too fast for his ability," and "absent-minded," according to the lawsuit. "Gwyneth Paltrow knew it was wrong to get out of control too quickly for her abilities … but she did it anyway," the trial says, adding she is distracted. causing emotional stress.