In 2011, after discovering that O'Neal had retained the portrait, the University of Texas filed suit.
The cover is actually pretty tame for how Manning usually finds herself in her roles.
Still, though, the announcement has some mourning the loss of an iconic cultural cornerstone.
She also got fame for her role as Francine Hughes in the television film, The Burning Bed in 1984.
On the cover, she was dressed like a live action Jessica Rabbit while within the pages of that issue she went for the less is more option in terms of her clothing.
Media reports declared her unconscious and in , although subsequent reports indicated her condition was not so dire.
In 1986, Fawcett appeared in the movie version of , which performed well financially.
At the age of 50, Fawcett posed for the magazine again.