Transcript for Jury Rules Ryan O'Neal Owns Farah Fawcett Portrait
big win for ryan o'neal. A los angeles court has decided that he is the owner of this multimillion-dollar portrait of farrah fawcett. Reporter: After deliberating for 12 hours, an l.A. Jury decided ryan o'neal can keep this warhol portrait of his late love, farrah fawcett. Apparently, he's going to give it to their only child, redman. One of the pair was painted by the master in 1980. O'neal claims warhol gave one to him and one to fawcett. But the university of texas at austin, of all places, took the "love story" star to court, to fight for it. Fawcett, a "charlie's angel," left her art collection to u.T., her alma mater. They got one of the warhols, worth millions when she died in 2009. And then, someone noticed the other one hanging above o'neal's bed in malibu on his reality show, "ryan & tatum: The o'neals." The university sued. The artwork is in some kata comb. Reporter: O'neal was in court for weeks. And one day, by fawcett's fellow "charlie's changele" jaclyn smith. I feel farrah would want that portrait with ryan. Reporter: And the jury agreed, 9-3. We need to take a look at where we go from here. Reporter: For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles.
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