A woman is accused of destroying three paintings and two sculptures belonging to a Houston attorney and causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage.
Lindy Lou Layman, 29, has been charged with criminal mischief in Houston, Texas, after prosecutors say her first date with Anthony Buzbee, a prominent Texas attorney and collector of art, took a turn for the destructive on December 23, KTRK reports.
In court, prosecutors said Layman was on a first date with Buzbee, according to KHOU-TV. As indicated by court archives, the subsequent harm cost at any rate $300,000.
Two of the paintings were by Andy Warhol, KHOU reports. Police allege that Layman threw two abstract sculptures and destroyed three original paintings at Buzbee's mansion.
Layman, who reportedly works as a court reporter, was released on $30,000 bail and is due back in court on Thursday. "That's when Buzbee called a second Uber driver".More news: Health officials report first child flu death in state
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The newspaper reports Buzbee later disavowed the then-candidate after the behind-the-scenes Access Hollywood tape surfaced in which Trump could be heard talking about kissing and groping women.
The punishment for a felony criminal mischief conviction in Texas depends on the amount of damage the defendant caused. Buzbee thought Layman was too intoxicated and called an Uber driver, according to court details reported by KTRK. The sculptures, KHOU reported, were worth $20,000 each.
Buzbee, you might recall, is the same Texas A&M regent who called for former Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin's firing after Texas A&M blew a huge lead to UCLA in its first game of this season.
Buzbee also has ties to the current president, once hosting a fundraiser for Donald Trump in 2016.