Man arrested for allegedly stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar statuette
A man has been arrested for stealing Frances McDormand's Best Actress Oscar after Sunday night's Academy Awards.
The star, 60, picked up the coveted gong for her towering performance as a grieving mother in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
But the statuette was allegedly stolen during the glitzy Governors Ball after party.
A man has now been arrested and a representative for the actress told America's People magazine that she and her Oscar had been "happily reunited".
Officer Rosario Herrera, a spokeswoman for Los Angeles police, said 47-year-old Terry Bryant was arrested on Sunday night on suspicion of felony grand theft.
She said Bryant was being held on $20,000 bail on Monday morning.
The officer said Bryant had a ticket for the event.
McDormand dazzled the Oscar audience at the star-studded ceremony when she gave a powerful acceptance speech for her award.
The actress called on all the female winners and nominees to stand with her as she claimed the prize for her role.