OJ Simpson attends Gwyneth Paltrow ski collision trial

He’s no stranger to serving in court — or at Utah’s Deer Valley Resort.

OJ Simpson has defended Gwyneth Paltrow in her ongoing ski collision trial, sharing he has also been involved in minor accidents on the same run at the resort.

“I was watching today, I saw the run where her accident happened. It was the same run that my accidents happened in Deer Valley and I don’t know who you can determine whose fault it was,” the former soccer player and former murder suspect said in a video posted on Twitter On Wednesday.

The 50-year-old actress is being sued by retired optometrist Terry Sanderson, 76, who claims she left him with a life-changing brain injury after ramming him in 2016. The Goop founder says it was Sanderson who ran her over.

OJ said he felt compelled to make a video about Paltrow’s case after hearing about it on the news.
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OJ shared a video of himself talking about the case to his 888.3k followers.

In his video, Simpson shared his trip to Deer Valley with Nicole Brown Simpson. He was later tried and acquitted of her 1994 murder.

“Deer Valley is a posh place. I never went back mainly because I thought so [the runs] were really tight, certainly a lot tighter than most places I’ve skied,” Simpson said to his more than 800,000 followers.

“But accidents happen when skiing, I don’t know how you can try to sue someone for falling on a ski slope. You see it all the time.”

Simpson tweeted that he wasn’t sure how anyone could determine who was responsible for the accident.
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The Goop founder is suing Sanderson for a token dollar and her legal fees.
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Reflecting on his own experiences on the slopes during the four-minute video, Simpson recalled how narrow he found the courses, which resulted in him colliding twice with the same woman.

“I’m flying down this runway and at the last minute this lady kind of turns left and she comes all the way over and we fall and we both go down,” Simpson recalled, noting that both ” quite likeable” and asked if the other was doing well.

When they bumped into each other a second time, they weren’t so polite, Simpson said.

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OJ recalled that the slopes in Deer Valley were incredibly narrow when he skied there years ago.

“I fell twice on a run with the same woman and if you ask me it was her fault. And I’m sure if you asked her it was my fault,” he said. “I’m just saying, that’s part of skiing. When skiing, you will have accidents. Complain. I do not know how.”

This isn’t the only lawsuit Simpson has strained over the past few months. Earlier this year, Simpson wrongly surmised that Alex Murdaugh would win his trial for the 2021 murders of his wife Maggie and their son Paul.

OJ Simpson has shared his thoughts on several other high-profile cases, including the criminal case against Alex Murdaugh earlier this year.
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Terry Sanderson
Terry Sanderson is suing Gwyneth Paltrow for $300,000 over the 2016 accident.
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“I don’t know why they think I’m an expert,” Simpson said giggled in a Twitter video titled “People Keep Asking Me My Opinion on the Alex Murdaugh Trial,” which quickly gained traction online when viewers pointed out the irony of his comment.

Sanderson is seeking $300,000 in damages for the injuries he sustained in the 2016 accident, while Paltrow filed a countersuit seeking $1 in the event of her winnings and to cover her legal costs.

https://nypost.com/2023/03/30/oj-simpson-weighs-in-on-gwyneth-paltrows-ski-collision-trial/ OJ Simpson attends Gwyneth Paltrow ski collision trial


JACLYN DIAZ is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. JACLYN DIAZ joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing diza@ustimetoday.com.

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