Gwyneth Paltrow thought it was “so weird” that the outfits she wore to court during her ski collision trial went viral.
In an interview published in The New York Times on Saturday, the 51-year-old opened up about what the experience was like for her.
“I was just getting dressed and going to a pretty intense experience every day,” Paltrow told the Times. “And the sartorial outcome was so weird to me.”
Not only did she find the internet’s reaction to her clothes — mostly from her label G. Label by Goop — strange, but Paltrow added that she doesn’t know if she’s even processed the entire situation.
“That whole thing was pretty weird,” the “Iron Man” star told the Times. “It was something I felt like I survived. Sometimes in my life it takes me a long time to look back and process something and understand something.”
Paltrow was in court earlier this year, in March, over a 2016 ski collision with Terry Sanderson, a retired optometrist. Sanderson had sued Paltrow in 2019 for crashing into him on the slopes, and Paltrow countersued, saying that Sanderson was responsible for the accident.
After two weeks of testimony and three hours of deliberation, the jury eventually found Paltrow not liable for the accident.
Gwyneth Paltrow thought it was ‘so weird’ that her ski trial courtroom outfits went viral