Judge ‘Baffled’ By Gwyneth Paltrow’s Request To Dish Out ‘Treats’ At Ski Crash Trial

Judge 'Baffled' by Gwyneth Paltrow's Request to Dish Out 'Treats' at Ski Crash Trial
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The ‘Shakespeare In Love’ Actress’ Lawyer Asks The Judge Whether Her Team Could Bring In Gifts For The Bailiffs As A Show Of ‘Gratitude,’ But It’s Turned Down By Her Alleged Victim’s Attorneys.

AceShowbiz – Gwyneth Paltrow‘s request to dish out “treats” at her ski crash trial was snubbed by a judge. The Oscar-winning “Sliding Doors” actress, 50, is being sued for $300,000 in damages for allegedly leaving retired optometrist Dr. Terry Sanderson with permanent brain damage after a 2016 accident on the slopes of the Deer Park Resort in Utah, and on Thursday, March 23, her lawyer Stephen Owens asked the judge whether her team could bring in gifts for the bailiffs as a show of “gratitude.”

Mr. Owens said, “Private security for my client wanted to bring in treats for the bailiffs for how helpful they’ve been. So, I wanted to do that transparently and see if there are any objections.”

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