Gwyneth Paltrow has filed a counterclaim against a lawsuit filed against her by Terry Anderson. The two are disputing a 2016 skiing accident, with Anderson claiming that had been skiing “out of control” on Feb. 26, 2016, ramming into him and leaving him with injuries. Sanderson is reportedly seeking at least $3.1 million in damages.
Paltrow, meanwhile, is claiming that she was the one who was injured. “Ms. Paltrow remembers what happened very clearly,” her suit, obtained by Page Six on Wednesday, read. “She was enjoying skiing with her family on vacation in Utah, when Plaintiff — who was uphill from Ms. Paltrow – plowed into her back. She sustained a full ‘body blow.’ Ms. Paltrow was angry with Plaintiff, and said so. Plaintiff apologized. She was shaken and upset, and quit skiing for the day even though it was still morning.”
Paltrow, 46, also claimed that Sanderson, 69, “had told his doctor about one year earlier that he was blind in his right eye, and that his vision in his left eye was decreasing. Just three weeks before the incident, Plaintiff told his doctor that Plaintiff had ‘gotten old all of a sudden.’ Other than his vision problems, he had 15 other chronic medical issues.”
She is asking for a symbolic $1 in damages, along with attorney fees.