Actress Gwyneth Paltrow denies that she severely injured a man in a Utah ski resort after driving into him, claiming in a counter-suit that the man had actually rammed her from behind and had a "body blow." " triggered.
According to court documents filed in Utah on Wednesday and received by Fox News, the Goop owner claims she skied with a family on February 26, 2016, at the Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah she was mowed down by Terry Sanderson.
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Paltrow, 46, says in the lawsuit that she was shaken by the collision the day after the incident. She said Sanderson apologized and said he was fine. The "Shakespeare in Love" actress has previously denied Sanderson's original claim that she was to blame for the crash but had not yet provided her version of the events.
"She did not put him down," Paltrow's court order said. "He beat her down, he was not expelled."
The report is very different from the sequence of events Sanderson claims in the lawsuit filed last month. He said Paltrow was out of control, knocking him down, leaving a concussion and four broken ribs. Sanderson described it as a "hit and run" claiming damages of $ 3.1
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a retired Optometrist reporter in Salt Lake City on the day he complained that he had been waiting for nearly three years to file the lawsuit because he had problems with lawyers and was unable to function properly due to the concussion.
Deer Valley Resort spokeswoman Emily Summers has said so before The resort can not comment on pending legal issues. Sanderson's lawsuit against Paltrow also includes the resort as a defendant.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.