can breathe easy.
Gwyneth Paltrow (Photo: GettyImages)
All's well that ends well - at least as far as Gwyneth Paltrow is concerned.
The actress who was sued for a skiing accident in 2016 was found competent by a jury in Utah.
Optometrist Terry Sanderson sued Paltrow for $3.2 million following a ski accident at Park City Resort in Utah seven years ago.
He claimed that the accident was her fault and because of this he suffered irreversible brain damage and rehabilitation that cost 300 thousand dollars.
Paltrow, for her part, said that he was the one who got into her.
According to her, Sanderson arrived and his skis crossed with hers.
She felt Sanderson fall on top of her and they both fell to the ground together.
She claimed that she stayed on the mountain "long enough for him to say he was fine."
Paltrow's version was accepted after the jurors heard several testimonies and she was compensated with one dollar (the minimum price for winning a trial), with Sanderson also being charged court costs.
His lawyer said that he completely denies the claim that his client sought fame and publicity.
Celebs would have been happy to go on a skiing vacation, but heard that there is hardly any snow in Hermon anymore.