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The newly uncovered group chat in the Gwyneth Paltrow ski collision trial has revealed a wide range of details about the actor’s involvement in the incident, which left a man with a traumatic brain injury.
The chat log, which was presented in court on Tuesday, allegedly shows Paltrow discussing the incident with friends in a group chat. The chat, which was obtained by the plaintiff's attorney, showed that Paltrow had discussed the incident with a group of friends shortly after it happened.
In the chat, Paltrow allegedly said that she was “blindsided” by a skier who had been skiing very close to her. She also said that the skier had come “out of nowhere” and that she had been “really scared.”
The chat also reveals that Paltrow had asked her friends to help her by writing emails to the ski resort's management in order to get the skier in question to apologize for the incident. She said that the apology would help her feel better about the situation.
The chat log also shows that Paltrow had expressed concern about the man's health, saying that she felt “terrible” about the incident and hoped he was “okay.” She also expressed a desire to help him get medical treatment.
The plaintiff in the case, Terry Sanderson, is suing Paltrow for negligence and recklessness in the incident. He claims that Paltrow should have been more aware of her surroundings and should have done something to avoid the collision.
The trial is ongoing, and it remains to be seen what the outcome of the case will be. However, the newly uncovered group chat in the Gwyneth Paltrow ski collision trial has revealed a lot of previously unknown details about the incident and Paltrow's involvement. It shows that Paltrow had expressed concern for the man's health and had attempted to help him get medical treatment. It also shows that she had asked her friends to help her by writing emails to the ski resort management in order to get the skier in question to apologize. These details are likely to be a major factor in the outcome of the trial.