Date horror story: Woman rips pricey Andy Warhol artwork from walls

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Layman's LinkedIn profile says she has worked as a freelance court reporter.

KHOU-TV reported Layman was on a first date with Buzbee, with the lawyer at one point having called Layman an Uber after she became intoxicated.

Lindy Lou Layman is accused of criminal mischief after allegedly destroying two Warhol paintings. Buzbee claims his date was drunk and he called an Uber to pick her up, but Layman refused to leave the estate.

Layman was booked into the Harris County jail and released Monday after posting $30,000 bond.

A woman is accused of completely losing her cool at the mansion of a well-known Houston attorney, and destroying hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of art work. "When they returned to his home, he believed she was too intoxicated and decided he wanted her to leave".

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Layman's arrest report says she tore three original paintings off the wall and poured liquid on them and threw two sculptures across the room, causing more than $300,000 damages to the artwork. Per the information read in court, Layman was aggressive toward the second Uber driver, walked back into Buzbee's home and shouted, "I'm not leaving".

"Lindy Lou Layman "intentionally and knowingly" damaged multiple pieces of artwork" by Andy Warhol on December 23, said the New York Daily News.

Then Buzzbee called Layman a second Uber, prosecutors said in court on December 27.

Buzbee is a prominent lawyer who drove the guard in previous Texas Governor Rick Perry's mishandle of-energy case, which was later expelled. Buzbee also recently made headlines for parking a World War II tank in his River Oaks neighborhood. He also hosted a fundraiser for then-candidate Donald Trump at the mansion previous year.

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