The Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash trial is getting wild, guys!
18.03.2023 - 02:03 / perezhilton.com
Gwyneth Paltrow is a serious believer when it comes to her wellness diet!
The actress came under fire after she went on Dear Media‘s popular health and wellness podcast The Art of Being Well on Tuesday. The company posted a clip from the interview on TikTok in which she basically revealed to the world she eats almost nothing every day. She described an “intermittent fast” all morning and just “bone broth” for lunch.
After her tiny bit of calories, she then does some exercise to burn it off and gets in the sauna, leaving everyone to wonder how she hasn’t passed out by then. She’s not getting much nutrition then going straight into working out?! Not to worry, folks, she does eat something before the day is up — but it’s not much:
After seeing this clip, TikTok users jumped into the comments to point out how little she’s actually eating. One user wrote simply:
There was a LOT of that.
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But the Shallow Hal star isn’t backing down! She’s maintaining that this is a healthy diet for her. She took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to explain herself in more detail, saying:
The 50-year-old went on to claim her diet has been tested medically:
Tested by… her. Not exactly FDA-approved, but OK. The Goop founder also said the diet wasn’t “meant to be advice for anyone else” as each and every person has their own individual health needs — and that’s true, she never suggested it per se. But she is a celebrity sex symbol who is also considered a wellness expert — you know, since she runs a whole company. It’s disingenuous to claim her voicing her personal diet isn’t automatically influential.
About the diet, well, she’s backtracking a little on that, too,
The Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash trial is getting wild, guys!
Gwyneth Paltrow's trial is officially underway. The actress was sued back in 2019 by a man named Terry Sanderson, who in his lawsuit claimed he sustained significant injuries in 2016 after Paltrow allegedly knocked him over while skiing a beginner-level course at a resort in Park City, Utah.According to legal documents, obtained by ET, Sanderson, 76, is suing Paltrow for more than $300,000 in damages in connection to the Feb.
Gwyneth Paltrow, 50, has denied in court that she had been engaging in "risky behaviour" leading up to a ski collision she was involved in at a Utah ski resort in 2016. At the time, Gwyneth was skiing with her two children, Moses, 16, and Apple, 18, whom she shares with ex-husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. She told the court: "I was not engaging in any risky behaviour.
Gwyneth Paltrow's jaw dropped in utter shock after opposing counsel accused the actress of lying multiple times while under oath.The moment happened Friday as Paltrow took the stand for the first time in her ski collision trial brought forward by plaintiff Terry Sanderson in Park City, Utah, where Sanderson's attorney, Kristin VanOrman, argued she should be allowed to question Paltrow whether she's clumsy. And it was while making that argument when VanOrman said Paltrow has «lied under oath a number of times» in previous sworn depositions.Paltrow's jaw immediately dropped and she shook her head, as her attorney, Steve Owens, immediately got up and called the comment «slanderous» and wanted it withdrawn from the record.
Gwyneth Paltrow reiterated multiple times that she had been the “victim” of a ski crash, as she began giving evidence in her US trial.The Oscar-winning actress said she did “not believe” the testimony of previous witnesses and that her version of events was “categorically” the truth. Gwyneth is being sued by retired optometrist Terry Sanderson over a collision at the Deer Valley resort in Utah in 2016.
Time for her side of the story. Three days into the trial, Gwyneth Paltrow testified about her 2016 skiing accident.
Gwyneth Paltrow testified she thought she was being sexually assaulted when a skier rammed into her back during a 2016 trip to Deer Valley Resort. The Goop founder described the moment she claims retired optometrist Terry Sanderson collided with her, and how she was "extremely upset." "I was confused at first, and I didn’t know exactly what was happening. It’s a very strange thing to be happening on a ski slope," she recalled.
The Hollywood actor and wellness guru, 50, is being sued by Terry Sanderson, 76, who claims she ploughed into him at a luxury ski resort. Mr Sanderson, a retired eye doctor, is hoping for $300,000 (£250,000) in damages after alleging Paltrow crashed into him and caused severe and long-lasting brain injuries. The Oscar-winning actor has previously called the lawsuit an attempt to exploit her fame and celebrity and claimed Mr Sanderson crashed into her.
Gene Maddaus Senior Media Writer Gwyneth Paltrow took the stand on Friday afternoon, telling a Utah jury that she was not the one to blame for a ski accident seven years ago. Paltrow is being sued by Terry Sanderson, a 76-year-old retired optometrist, who alleges that she crashed into him at the upscale Deer Valley Resort. In her testimony, Paltrow described watching her children ski downhill when Sanderson abruptly crashed into her from behind. “I was skiing and two skis came between my skis, forcing my legs apart,” she said. “And then there was a body pressing against me.”
“I was skiing and looking down hill, as you do and I was skied directly into by Mr. Sanderson,” insisted Gwyneth Paltrow today in a Park City courtroom.
Gwyneth Paltrow has taken the stand and is now testifying.Four days into a lawsuit trial, in which the GOOP founder has been accused of injuring a man she allegedly knocked into on a Utah ski slope in 2016, the Oscar winner has the chance to speak out in her defense, and ET is streaming it live. According to a 2019 complaint obtained by ET, plaintiff Terry Sanderson accused Paltrow of a «hit-and-run ski crash» at Deer Valley in Utah, alleging she «skied out of control and hit the back» of him, «knocking him down hard, knocking him out, and causing a brain injury, four broken ribs and other serious injuries.» He further alleged Deer Valley employees did not call for emergency responders and skied away. He accused ski instructor Eric Christiansen of falsely reporting Paltrow did not cause the crash on an incident report.
Not happy. Gwyneth Paltrow appeared visibly annoyed while listening to testimony from plaintiff Terry Sanderson’s daughter, Shae Sanderson Herath, during day four of her ski crash trial.
Gwyneth Paltrow, 50, and Terry Sanderson, 76, are currently entering day four of a trial set to place responsibility for a 2016 ski collision at Deer Valley Resort. One of the latest claims heard in the courtroom was indications that Terry was seeking to exploit Gwyneth's celebrity status. A Utah courtroom heard on Thursday that the claimant emailed Gwyneth's daughter, Apple, 18, claiming that he was now "famous".
suing the Oscar-winning actress for $300,000 (£250,000) over the incident at the Deer Valley ski resort in Utah in 2016, alleging she crashed into him and caused severe and long-lasting brain injuries. The third day of the civil lawsuit began with a video deposition from Dr Alina Fong, a neuropsychologist, who said that Mr Sanderson had presented “a myriad” of symptoms indicative of having suffered a concussion nearly a year after the accident. However, during cross-examination, Stephen Owens, Paltrow’s attorney, pointed out that Dr Fong never actually examined Mr Sanderson’s prior medical records.
shortly after their ski collision in which he boasted it would make him “famous” has gone missing, the court has heard. The Hollywood star and CEO of lifestyle brand Goop is being sued by Terry Sanderson, 76, a retired optometrist, who claims she ploughed into him on the slopes of Flagstaff Mountain at the Deer Valley Resort in 2016. Mr Sanderson is hoping for $300,000 (£250,000) in damages after alleging Paltrow crashed into him and caused severe and long-lasting brain injuries.
Johnny Depp's former lawyer has issued some strong advice to Gwyneth Paltrow about her behavior in court amid her ski trial lawsuit.Benjamin Chew – who, alongside Camille Vasquez, was part of Johnny's legal team in his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard in 2022 – appeared on CourtTV where he accused Gwyneth of being "disrespectful" and acting like a "prima donna".WATCH: Johnny Depp's lawyer shares his reaction after winning lawsuit against Amber HeardThe Iron Man actress is being sued for $300,000 by retired optometrist Terry Sanderson, who has accused Gwyneth of crashing into him while they were both skiing at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, in 2016.The 76-year-old first filed for damages in 2019, claiming he sustained several injuries in the incident, including a "brain injury, four broken ribs, and other serious injuries".RELATED: Johnny Depp awarded $15 million following Amber Heard defamation lawsuitMORE: Gwyneth Paltrow shares sweet photo of long-awaited reunion with daughter Apple MartinGwyneth is not happy about the lawsuit and has complained about being filmed inside the courtroom and having her photos taken outside of the courthouse. Gwyneth is being sued for $300,000 over a skiing incident in 2016To try and shield herself, she has resorted to on occasion covering her face with a large blue notebook, but Benjamin believes that she should not expect privacy in a public courtroom."The court has the public square.
Chris Martin revealed he only eats one meal a day, a move he learned from The Boss. "I don’t actually have dinner anymore.
Why eat barely anything when you can eat nothing at all?
A neuropsychologist who treated the man suing Gwyneth Paltrow over a 2016 ski collision cast aspersions on the testimony of medical experts hired by the celebrity’s legal team — and argued that, as his personal doctor, she was better suited to speak about 76-year-old Terry Sanderson’s post-concussion symptoms.
Tough cookies. Day three of Gwyneth Paltrow’s skiing accident trial started on a not-so-sweet note, as her security team’s request to give treats to the courtroom bailiffs was shut down.