I do think she was lying. She grew up in the entertainment industry, specializing in role-play for her income. During questioning, she was continuously making strange facial expressions and blinking. It was as though she was trying too hard to appear credible. With calculating use of language, she described a crash on a ski hill as a sexual assault.What did you think of her testimony? You think she was lying?
She insisted that her children never called out to her to say "look at me" while learning to skiing. She said that, in general, her children never asked her to watch them do something (since they were toddlers). She apparently disagrees with others regarding whether her son was farther up the hill. Her lawyer used questions to testify about what witnesses might say next week, including the point that Paltrow produced an animation with her version of the ski crash. She was very reluctant to admit that she has always sued the plaintiff for costs of the legal proceedings.
Interestingly, she alleged that colour blind people are unable to distinguish what they see at a distance of 40 feet.
She could not give a straight answer regarding whether she remained at the scene of the crash - which was a legal requirement. It is not her right to claim that because she delegates tasks in her work environment, she believed she could delegate tasks at a crash site and take off. Many people delegate tasks at work. That doesn't give them a pass when it comes to law.