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A Third District Court judge has rejected a motion from Deer Valley Resort to be dismissed from the skier-collision lawsuit filed against actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Judge Kent Holmberg, in a ruling issued on Wednesday, said the allegations made against a Deer Valley ski instructor, and other staff, cannot be considered as part of the inherent risks of skiing.

A retired optometrist, Terry Sanderson, sued Paltrow earlier this year, alleging that in February of 2016, the Oscar-winning actress slammed into him and caused a concussion, among other injuries.

Deer Valley Resort is asking a Third District Court judge to drop it as a co-defendant from a skier-collision lawsuit being filed against actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Attorneys for Deer Valley, and its employee, ski instructor Eric Christiansen, are denying allegations that the resort did not assist the plaintiff in the lawsuit, Salt Lake resident Terry Sanderson and that they filed a false report about the collision.

The filing also argues that even if the charges were true, Sanderson can’t file a claim against the Resort for emotional suffering.

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Attorneys for actress Gwyneth Paltrow have fired back against a skier-collision lawsuit filed last month against her and Deer Valley Resort.

In the filing made Wednesday to Third District Court, Paltrow says that a collision at the Resort  nearly three years ago was the fault of the plaintiff,  Salt Lake resident Terry Sanderson.

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A Utah man has filed a lawsuit in Third District Court against actress Gwyneth Paltrow, Deer Valley, and an instructor at the resort in connection to a collision at the resort in 2016.

The lawsuit was filed on Tuesday by Utah resident Terry Sanderson. The lawsuit alleges that on February 26th of 2016 while skiing down the beginner rated Bandana run on Flagstaff Mountain, Paltrow ran into Sanderson knocking him down.