Published: Fri, December 29, 2017
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Two Warhols Damaged During Bad First Date

Two Warhols Damaged During Bad First Date

Her next court appearance is set for Thursday.

After charges were read against Lindy Lu Layman, the 29-year-old didn't say much as details of her arrest were revealed at her probable cause hearing. But when Buzzbee called his date an Uber to take her home, she hid in his house and wouldn't leave, KHOU reports.

A lady blamed for obliterating three sketches and two models having a place with Houston lawyer Tony Buzbee and causing a huge number of dollars worth of harm showed up in court. "She didn't", Buzbee told the Texas Lawyer, adding that Layman also grabbed some other rare artwork.

Layman was released from jail on $30,000 bond, according to court records.

According to a criminal complaint, Layman "tore paintings off the wall with her hands" and threw abstract sculptures across the room.

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"She at some point appeared too intoxicated and she was asked to leave". Buzbee located her and called her a second Uber, but the suspect allegedly became aggressive.

At least one of the paintings was by Warhol and the total cost of the damage was more than $1.5 million, Houston TV station KHOU reported.

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

In court, prosecutors said Layman was on a first date with Buzbee, according to KHOU. He also hosted a fundraiser for then-candidate Donald Trump at the mansion past year.

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. He made headlines the same year for parking a tank outside of his home, causing a brief fight with his homeowner's association.

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