It took many years to Leonardo DiCaprio in 2016, finally, the coveted Oscar was won. For his role in “The Revenant” was awarded the actor with the trophy. But that was not Year’s the only “Golden boy” in the possession of the 44 -.

The Malaysian Investor Jho Low, gave him once, the Statue of Marlon Brando in 1955, won for “on The waterfront” – and this had to give DiCaprio now and again, as the “New York Times” reported.

Jho Low with financed the Film “The Wolf of Wall Street,” in which DiCaprio played the leading role – a Wall Street swindler. Meanwhile, the 37-year-old Malaysian is submerged. He was involved in financial crimes. More to the case, you can read here.

DiCaprio gave, therefore, according to media reports, the Oscar statue to the authorities. Besides, he had to separate from other valuable gifts, which he should have by Jho Low. Including Pablo Picasso’s oil painting “Nature Morte au Crâne de Taureau”.


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