Leonardo DiCaprio Turns Over Picasso Painting, Brando Oscar to Justice Department

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Leonardo DiCaprio Turns Over Picasso Painting, Brando Oscar to Justice Department
Leonardo DiCaprio has voluntarily surrendered several works of art worth millions of dollars and an Oscar statuette that once belonged to Marlon Brando to the U.S. Government, as part of its ongoing investigation into a money laundering operation connected to Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak. The surrendered items include: a Picasso painting, “Nature Morte au Crane de Taureau,” valued at more than $3 million; a Basquiat collage, “Redman One,” valued at at least $9 million; a Diane Arbus photograph valued at $750,000; and the Oscar Brando won for his performance in “On the Waterfront.” Also Read: #ClimateMarch in DC Draws Support From.
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