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Leonardo DiCaprio have Oscar who Marlon Brando won the hand
Showbiz Leonardo DiCaprio (44) has to say goodbye to his Oscar. Not the statue that he is in 2016 he received for his role in ‘The Revenant’, but the Oscar that Marlon Brando in 1954. Via businessman Jho Low was the Oscar to DiCaprio, but because Jho Low, suspected of fraud, has the actor the price submitted.

Jho Low that the film ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ in which Leonardo DiCaprio in the leading role, financed, would the 600,000 dollar that he was at a auction paid for Brando's Oscar not legally have earned. Reports that The New York Times. Also other gifts that the businessman Leonardo DiCaprio gave, like a painting of Pablo Picasso, Leonardo has meanwhile waived.

The chance that Leonardo DiCaprio the Oscar from Marlon Brando back, seems small. The Academy, the organization behind the prestigious film awards, reserves the right for any Oscar for the symbolic amount of 1 dollar to buy it back. Presumably Brando's statuette back to The Academy after the examination to Low is completed.

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