Gwyneth Paltrow proved she doesn’t care about her critics on Wednesday when she re-donned a pair of aviator-style glasses on the second day of her skiing accident experience in Utah — hours after facing derision over the glasses’ resemblance to serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s signature. Specifications.
But the 50-year-old actress didn’t stop at her glasses when it came to reproducing her courtroom crew — she donned nearly the same outfit for the second day of the trial that she had on her first legal outing.
The Shakespeare in Love star is currently being sued for $300,000 by a 76-year-old retired ophthalmologist who claims the actress left him with permanent brain damage when she allegedly ‘traumatized’ him during a 2016 skiing accident.
Gwyneth arrived at Park City Court today wearing the same olive green wool coat and aviator shades she wore on day one, along with nearly matching brown pants.
Either way, she also added a cream sweater to her look, sporting a $595 turtleneck sweater from her Goop brand for her first demo and a $595 cardigan, again from her fashion brand, for her second.
Gwyneth Paltrow posed to court on Wednesday wearing an olive green trench coat and aviator sunglasses. She wore $595.
Gwyneth court apparel prices collapse on day two
Gwyneth hasn’t made her stand at trial yet — though she’s expected to do so before the weekend ends — but her appearance in the courtroom has already caused quite a stir online, particularly when it comes to her choice of glasses.
Within minutes of the trial opening, social media users began mocking the actress online over her choice of large, gold-rimmed glasses, noting their uncanny resemblance to the style for which Dahmer is known.
“Jeffrey Dahmer glasses,” one commenter wrote in response to a news article showing Gwyneth wearing glasses.
Another commented: “I love the vibe of a serial killer.”
But Gwyneth seems unfazed by the trolls and was seen wearing glasses again on Wednesday.
This time I designed it with 595 USD.
The actress and Goop founder finished the look with a pair of $1,200 Celine lace-up boots in calfskin.
She was seen in court carrying what appeared to be a large brown Celine bag, which can be sold on online resale sites for upwards of $1,600.
In court, Gwyneth appeared unfazed by trolls who compared her aviator-style glasses to those worn by Jeffrey Dahmer.
Around her neck, she wore two gold chain necklaces, very similar to those sold by Foundrae, one retailing for about $40,000 and the other costing over $25,000.
She was seen in court carrying what appeared to be a large brown Celine bag, which can sell on online resale sites for upwards of $1,600.
After taking off her olive green coat that she had been wearing outside, Gwyneth sat down on her bench.
Around her neck, she wore two gold necklaces, much like those sold by Foundrae, with the sturdy Chain of Hearts necklace retailing for about $40,000, and the oversized mixed clip-on chain with an engraved heart costing over $25,000.
She wore a similar look on Tuesday, but with a cream turtleneck knit sweater.
Gwyneth’s glasses have drawn comparisons to Dahmer, aka the Milwaukee Cannibal, who was a serial killer and sex offender who murdered and dismembered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991 and wore similar glasses in 1991.
On Wednesday, Gwyneth’s attorney complained about a new camera pointing “directly” at the actress at her trial, claiming it violated “decency” in the courtroom.
Attorney Steve Owens raised the issue with Judge Kent Holmberg just before trial proceedings began on the second day, pointing to the camera set in front of his client, who was seated next to him visibly upset.
The lawyer also alleged that Gwyneth was hounded by photographers and reporters when she left court on Tuesday and asked to be notified of any changes related to courtroom photography.
“Your honor,” he said, pointing to the lens, “we have a new camera pointed directly at my client, over there on the right, and I understand it’s from the AP.”
He added, `This was a problem, for example, the journalists were in front of my client’s car, and they went outside yesterday. cameras in her face.
The judge assured her lawyer that he would take up the case during the court recess, stating that he was aware of his previous complaints about the matter and that he had “recognised it as a problem”.
Retired ophthalmologist Terry Sanderson looks on as he arrives in the courtroom to file a lawsuit accusing Gwyneth of bumping into him during a family skiing holiday in 2016.
On Tuesday, the first day of the case, Gwyneth wore this cream-colored turtleneck knit sweater.
Gwyneth’s attorney Steve Owens and the actress are all smiles during Tuesday’s court date
Gwyneth, 50, will likely take the stage today, as attorneys for retired ophthalmologist Terry Sanderson, 76, say they will contact the actress if time permits. It was photographed on Tuesday
The lawyer then doubled down, saying, ‘And I want to be notified if there are new changes because it is a coincidence that we see there is a camera pointed directly at it which is against the decency order.
“So I don’t want changes without the reporters telling you.”
Judge Holmberg replied, “I think that’s a reasonable request.”
The Oscar-winning actress looked beaming and greeted the paparazzi as she arrived at court wearing an almost identical outfit from yesterday.
Gwyneth, 50, will likely take the stage today, as attorneys for retired ophthalmologist Terry Sanderson, 76, say they will contact the actress if time permits.
Terry, who claims to have sustained permanent injuries, is suing the Hollywood star for $300,000 over a 2016 skiing accident.
Gwyneth subsequently filed a counterclaim for $1 and attorneys’ fees.
During a dramatic day of testimony on Tuesday, star witness Craig Ramone, 48, told the court he watched Gwyneth “lash out” at his friend Terry, before he “rushed” away down the mountain.
He added: ‘We were speed skating and then I heard this scream. I looked up and saw this skater flipping Terry’s butt.
I criticized him. very Difficult. It hit him directly on the back. The tips of his skates come off and he goes face down, eagle spread, with Gwyneth on top of him. It was about a second or two.
Terry paused, then Gwyneth slid to the right side. bounced it up.
The Oscar winner claimed she did not hit Sanderson and instead was the victim of the accident.
During his opening statement, Gwyneth’s attorney Stephen Owens said the star was bruised and upset by the crash — and exclaimed, “What is that thing?” in Sanderson.
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