Former actor Ryan O’Neal claims that one of two Andy Warhol portraits of his former long-time girlfriend, Farrah Fawcett, belongs to him despite the late actress’s will — which left her art collection to the University of Texas.
Via the NYPost: “A lawsuit brought by the University of Texas against Ryan O’Neal over a big-bucks Andy Warhol painting of his late flame Farrah Fawcett comes to trial Wednesday with a cast of witnesses worthy of a “Charlie’s Angels” episode. At issue is a silk-screen pop-art style portrait of Fawcett done by Warhol in 1980, and now believed to be worth several million dollars.”
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