Transcript for 'Charlie's Angels' Star Defends Ryan O'Neal
the courtroom battle over a portrait of the late farrah fawcett that could be worth millions. Her "charlie angel's" co-star, jaclyn smith, emotionally testifying in court. Now, it's up to the jury. Nick watt has the story. Reporter: A jury is now deciding if this stunning andy warhol portrait of farrah fawcett, belongs to her long-time love, ryan o'neal. Jaclyn smith -- you hurt your son. Reporter: Who was here in court for closing arguments, believes it does. I really feel farrah would want that portrait with ryan and on to redman. Reporter: Redman is their only child, who spent every day the past few weeks here in the courtroom. You know, as hard as it is, he looks so brave. He is so brave. Farrah would be proud. And the emotion is too much to describe that. Reporter: The problem is, faucet left all of her art collection to the university of texas at austin. And they claim this portrait, one of a pair painted by warhol in 1980, was part of faucet's collection, and belongs to them. O'neal says warhol gave one portrait to fawcett and this one to him. He admits it hung in fawcett's condo for years. Only because a girlfriend did not like it above the bed in his pad. He claims that he and fawcett reconciled in 2001 and were together until the end. And who was with her when she held her last fresh breath of air, o'neal's attorney asked the court? It was ryan. She was here. If she was here, she would say these are my guys and they're going to win. Reporter: The jury is out. For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. I can understand why the new girlfriend wanted the picture off the bedroom wall. Maybe the library. There are other areas of the house. Coming up, john mayer and
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