Gwyneth Paltrow has been found not at fault for a ski collision incident that took place in 2016, winning her counter lawsuit of $1 in damages. She was originally sued for $300,000 by Terry Sanderson, an eye doctor who claims that she hit him while skiing and left her with multiple injuries.
Following the jury's confirmation that they did not find the Shakespeare in Love actress at fault for the collision, Gwyneth went over and whispered something to Terry before leaving the court. Watch the moment here...
Of course, the moment led to plenty of speculation over what she said, with the doctor himself telling reporters outside the court that she had told him: "I wish you well," to which he replied: "Thank you dear." He added that the ruling was "very disappointing".
Discussing the clip, one person wrote: "This whole trial needs to be sold to Hulu," while another person joked: "GWYNNOCENT." A third person added: "A lot of you know nothing about this case and it shows. There was too much of this man’s dirty laundry aired out for the world to hear and that’s on HIM. He sued her for nothing other than money and rightfully lost. I wish him well too, because I know his entire medical history now."
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Speaking about the win outside of her court, her lawyer said that they were "pleased" with the outcome, adding: "Gwyneth has a history of advocating for what she believes in. This situation was no different and she will continue to stand up for what is right."
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