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Man Suing Gwyneth Paltrow Doesn’t Want Private Text Sent After Accident Used in Trial: Report

A man who is suing actress Gwyneth Paltrow over a 2016 ski accident has requested that a private text he sent the day of the crash not be admitted as evidence.
Terry Sanderson “demanded Paltrow not be allowed to show a text he sent his daughter immediately after the accident,” RadarOnline reported, citing court documents filed days before the trial started.
Sanderson wrote, “I am famous …at what cost?” after learning the person he had collided with was a movie star.

In the court filing, Sanderson said the remark was irrelevant and argued that Paltrow’s defense team would use it to portray him as “some kind of gold digger hoping to cash in on a case against a celebrity,” according to the report.
Sanderson also requested that the jury not be informe …

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