Gwyneth Paltrow Accused of Serious Smack in Utah Ski Crash

A man who accused Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow of causing him serious injuries in a skiing accident testified on Monday that the crash felt like a "serious smack". The incident occurred at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, back in 2016 when the Goop founder allegedly crashed into Terry Sanderson from behind.

During the hearing, Paltrow's attorneys questioned Sanderson about his references to the movie star's fame and whether his lawsuit amounts to an attempt to exploit it. However, Sanderson maintained that he was not trying to exploit her celebrity status but instead seeking justice for his injuries.

"I'm here because I got hit by someone who was skiing out of control," said Sanderson. "I think it's important for people to be responsible for their actions."

Sanderson claimed that he suffered a brain injury as well as four broken ribs after being struck by Paltrow while she was taking ski lessons with her family. He also alleged that Paltrow fled the scene without checking on him or providing aid.

Paltrow has denied any wrongdoing and filed a countersuit against Sanderson last year claiming that he had tried to exploit her name by seeking millions of dollars in damages. Her lawyers have argued that there is no evidence showing she was responsible for causing the accident.

The trial is expected to continue this week with further testimony from witnesses and expert skiers analyzing what may have caused the collision.