Terry Sanderson’s daughters Polly Grasham and Shae Herath took the stand to testify in the 2016 Gwyneth Paltrow ski accident trial on Friday.

Shae Sanderson Herath accused Paltrow of ‘ignoring’ her father in mountain ski crash. She cried, describing her father’s “awful” behaviour towards his grandchild following his ski collision with Gwyneth Paltrow, claiming it was “very uncharacteristic of him.”

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Who are Polly Grasham and Shae Herath?

Two witnesses, Polly Grasham and Shae Herath, have been called to testify in the ski accident trial involving actress Gwyneth Paltrow. The trial centers on an incident in 2016 in which Paltrow allegedly collided with Terry Sanderson, a retired optometrist, at the Deer Valley Resort in Utah. Sanderson claims that Paltrow was skiing recklessly and caused him to suffer serious injuries.

Polly Grasham is a friend of Sanderson’s who was skiing with him on the day of the accident. She says she saw Paltrow coming down the mountain at a high speed and was unable to avoid colliding with Sanderson. Grasham is expected to testify about the incident and provide insight into the events leading up to the collision.

Shae Herath is an employee of the Deer Valley Resort and was on duty as a ski instructor on the day of the accident. Herath claims to have witnessed the collision and says that Paltrow was skiing out of control and did not attempt to avoid hitting Sanderson. She is expected to testify about the incident and provide details about Paltrow’s behavior on the mountain.

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The trial has garnered significant media attention, in part because of Paltrow’s celebrity status. However, it also raises important questions about the responsibility of skiers to exercise caution and avoid endangering others on the slopes. The outcome of the trial could have implications for other ski resorts and the way they handle accidents and liability.