Ryan O’Neal Can Keep Farrah Fawcett Portrait, Jury Says

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A jury in Los Angeles ruled Thursday that actor Ryan O’Neal can keep an Andy Warhol portrait of his longtime love, “Charlie’s Angel’s” star Farrah Fawcett.


Jurors ruled that Ryan O’Neal is the rightful owner of an Andy Warhol portrait of Farrah Fawcett. (Credit: CNN)

O’Neal was not in court when the verdict was at 3:25 p.m.

The Charlie’s Angels star died in 2009 and left all her artwork to her alma mater the University of Texas.

In court, O’Neal argued that Fawcett had given him the portrait making it his property.

Jurors agreed and ruled that O’Neal was the rightful owner.

The verdict was not unanimous. But O’Neal only needed to convince nine of the 12 jurors to win.