Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow has thanked jurors who found her not liable for a 2016 ski crash at a resort in the US state of Utah.
Retired optometrist Terry Sanderson, 76, had said Ms Paltrow crashed into him, inflicting life-changing injuries.
Mr Sanderson, who was seeking $300,000 (£245,000) in damages, said Thursday's verdict was "very disappointing".
Jurors sided with Ms Paltrow, 50, who blamed Mr Sanderson for the accident and countersued for $1 plus legal fees.
Listening to the verdict in court, Ms Paltrow was expressionless, staring straight ahead and appearing to nod slightly. She then walked out.
As she left, she briefly stopped to speak to Mr Sanderson. He later said she told him: "I wish you well." He replied: "Thank you dear."
In a statement posted as an Instagram story to her 8.3 million followers, the Oscar winner said: "I felt that acquiescing to a false claim compromised my integrity."
She said she was pleased with the outcome and thanked the judge and eight-member jury for "their thoughtfulness in handling this case".
It took the jury three hours of deliberation to unanimously find Mr Sanderson entirely at fault for the incident, and award Ms Paltrow the symbolic sum she had sought.