Feb 15 2013, 5:33am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
A 2nd District Court of Appeal has now reviewed the case and although they were divided they have ruled the matter should be allowed to proceed and that O'Neal may have a claim to some damages.
O'Neal sued Nevius in July 2011 insisting he was defamed and his reputation was damaged by the suggestions he had stolen the painting when in fact he was bequeathed the artwork by the late Warhol and he intends to leave his and Fawcett's son Redmond O'Neal.
Nevius's attorney Lincoln Bandlow intends to appeal against the panel's ruling to the California Supreme Court.
O'Neal wants up to $1 million in damages.
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