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- Jan 17, 2004
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It almost seems like both plaintiff and defendant are locked into a 7 year old story.Found this…
Sanderson filed a lawsuit against Paltrow seeking more than $3.1 million in damages. A judge dismissed the eye doctor’s original claim and removed the Utah Resort and Paltrow's instructor from the suit. However, the judge did allow the suit to go forward as a $300K claim instead of the original $3.1 million
Gwyneth Paltrow Sued for 2016 Skiing Accident: Everything to Know
If the plaintiff had dropped the lawsuit after hit and run was rejected, was Paltrow dropping all counter suits for costs, or was she pursuing legal costs on behalf of her insurer? That is, was he locked in for her legal costs even if he dropped the lawsuit?
What is the truth? Did the ski crash feel like a sexual assault? Has he improved since the crash? She sexualized the crash and he exaggerated the permanent injury?
Is describing the ski crash as a sexual assault a form of deflection? Deflection isn't needed when telling the truth. Is he feeling better, having enjoyed 10 international adventures in the past 7 years?
After initiating the lawsuit, was there any time afterward where he could have ended it without being liable for Paltrow's legal fees?