Lindy Lou Layman's Inartful $300K First Date With Texas Lawyer

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Lindy Lou Layman's Inartful $300K First Date With Texas Lawyer

Lindy Lou Layman, 29, is accused of damaging three paintings and two sculptures at the home of Anthony Buzbee, lawyer who is well known in the Houston area.

According to local authorities, three original paintings, including two original Andy Warhol paintings valued at $500k each were damaged after Layman allegedly threw liquid at the art-work.

Lindy Lou Layman "intentionally and knowingly" damaged multiple pieces of artwork belonging to Anthony Buzbee on December 23, according to Harris County court documents. The paintings apparently include an Andy Warhol original. "When they returned to his home, he believed she was too intoxicated and decided he wanted her to leave".

"I collect art. I don't want it damaged", Buzbee said. She's also accused of throwing and shattering two sculptures.

But when Buzzbee called his date an Uber to take her home, she hid in his house and wouldn't leave, KHOU reports.

That is the point at which she supposedly poured red wine on his depictions and scammed them the divider, at that point tossed his models on the ground.

Layman, who was identified as a freelance court reporter, was arrested on charges of criminal mischief and was released from Harris County Jail after posting $30,000 bail on Monday, CBS News reported.

"It's not the first time I've had guests at a party of mine over imbibe", the attorney said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

When Buzbee purchased the mansion near the River Oaks country club in 2013, it was listed at a record-setting $14 million, the Houston Chronicle reports.

"All I'll say is the owner wasn't budging that much", Buzbee told the newspaper. Attendees paid between $5,400 and a quarter of a million dollars to come.

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