Farrah Fawcett

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Lawanda Jackson's own personal file is getting thicker by the minute.

Earlier this month, a federal grand jury voted to indict the ex-UCLA Medical Center staffer, who poked through confidential records belonging to Farrah Fawcett, Maria Shriver and at least 60 other patients, on a felony charge of obtaining individually identifiable health information for commercial advantage.

The info Jackson allegedly sold concerned Fawcett's cancer battle and the buyer was reportedly the National Enquirer, according to the Los Angeles Times. And Jackson is looking at a possible 10-year prison sentence if convicted.

In fact, the former Charlie's Angels pinup recently urged Jackson—who earlier this month denied poking around for profit—to come clean.

Fawcett "reached out to her and said, 'You're in a lot of trouble, and you should come forward now while you can and do the right thing,' " Craig Nevius, producer of the actress' upcoming documentary A Wing and a Prayer, told the Times. "Lawanda was very nice to Farrah and said she would speak to her at some point in the future but had been advised to keep her mouth shut for now."

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