Gwyneth Peltrou is being sued by a Utah guy who claims the Hollywood actress has crashed into him while she was skiing before she escaped the crime scene. control and knock it down, leaving it with brain trauma and four broken ribs. The alleged incident occurred on 26 February 2016 at the beginning of the Deer Valley Resort. "This trial is completely without merit and we expect to be justified."
Deer Valley Resort spokesperson Emily Summers told the Associated Press that the resort can not comment on the outstanding legal issues.
Sanderson told a press conference at Salt Lake City at his lawyer's office that it took him almost three years to take a lawsuit by dragging his feet, encountering problems with previous lawyers, and dealing with problems. with the inability to function properly due to the shock.
He said he was in contact with a lawyer who represented Paltrow, but he had never been offered any compensation or apology.
Sanderson's lawsuit seeks $ 3.1
"I'd like to be justified," Sanderson said, now at 72. "I'd like to tell me the truth."
Lawyers For Sanderson, Paltrow's lawyers do not deny that she was involved in a car accident, but she disputes her guilt, said lawyer Robert Sykes, who is Sanderson. of the clash, said Sykes. Sanderson said he remembered nothing but to be hit in the back and lose control of his body while he was headed forward with someone on his back.
The witness, Craig Ramon, said the San Dirson ski instructor put in the snow, face down. He told Ramon that Sanderson had taken out Gwyneth Paltrow.
An Associated Press contributed to this report.