Gwyneth Paltrow ski court case: Mum used the ‘f word’ after collision says star’s son


Gwyneth Paltrow’s son says he heard his mum swear and yell at at the man who is suing her over a 2016 skiing crash.

Moses Martin, who was nine when the incident happened, said he “saw” his mum on the ground and “a person behind her who had crashed”.

His statement, read to the Utah court by Ms Paltrow’s legal team said: “When I skied over I heard my mum yelling at the guy. She was saying something along the lines of ‘what the f word you just ran into me'”.

Terry Sanderson, a 76-year-old retired optometrist, is suing the Oscar-winning actress for $300,000 (£244,000) for allegedly crashing into him on a Utah ski slope in 2016.

Ms Paltrow denies the claim and is counter-suing for the nominal amount of one dollar, saying Mr Sanderson hit her.

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Animation of alleged Paltrow ski crash shown in court

A deposition from Ms Paltrow’s elder daughter, Apple Martin, was also read to the court.

Apple said her mother told her what happened after the crash: “I noticed [my mother] looked a bit shocked, and I asked what happened and she said ‘this a-hole ran into me, he ran right into my back'”.

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Apple added: “She was in a state of shock and she decided after that she was not going to ski for the rest of the day which she never does, she always stays on, but she was in shock and a bit of pain.”

She went on: “I had never seen her shaken up like that and she was very clearly visibly upset and she had some sort of pain… she was in a little bit of pain and I remember that’s why she went to the spa to get a massage.

“I remember she was very frantic. She was in a state of shock, she was very upset.”

The case continues.

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