Gwyneth Paltrow is the subject of a high-profile court case that has been ongoing for more than two years. At the centre of the trial is a ski accident in Utah in 2016 that Paltrow allegedly caused. Now, the question on everyone's mind is whether there is a video of the incident.
The trial centers around a lawsuit filed by Terry Sanderson. Sanderson claims that Paltrow skied out of control and hit him, causing him to suffer severe injuries. Paltrow denies the allegations, claiming that Sanderson was skiing recklessly and that he was the one who caused the accident.
The case has been delayed multiple times due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the court recently granted a motion to allow the use of video evidence. The court granted permission for Paltrow's attorneys to use a video they alleged shows the moments before the accident.
The video, which was taken by a bystander, reportedly shows Paltrow skiing in the same direction as Sanderson and then turning in the opposite direction. There is no clear evidence of an impact in the video, but Paltrow's attorneys argue that it is supportive of her version of the events.
The court also granted Paltrow's attorneys permission to use other evidence, such as eyewitness accounts and medical records. It is unclear if any of this evidence will be able to conclusively prove who was at fault for the accident.
For now, the question of whether there is a video of the ski accident at the centre of the court case remains unanswered. The video taken by the bystander may be able to provide some insight, but it is likely that the court will have to rely on other evidence to determine who was at fault.