Leonardo DiCaprio Returns Oscar Gift to Federal Agents Amid Fraud Investigation
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The leading man of 'The Wolf of Wall Street' was given Marlon Brando's 1954 Best Actor trophy by Malaysian financier Jho Low, who is wanted for alleged money laundering.

AceShowbiz - Leonardo DiCaprio has been forced to hand Marlon Brando's 1954 Best Actor Oscar over to federal agents in the U.S. as part of a major fraud investigation.

The actor, who also has a Best Actor Oscar of his own for his role in 2015 film "The Revenant", was given Brando's On the Waterfront gong as a gift by Malaysian financier Jho Low, who bought the trophy for $600,000 (£479,000) at auction.

Leonardo was ordered to hand over all gifts he has received from Low, who also financed the actor's "The Wolf of Wall Street" movie - and now the Oscar statuette is in the hands of federal officials, as is a painting by Pablo Picasso, which was another present from the businessman, according to Page Six.

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