A 29-year-old lady on a primary date with a distinguished Houston lawyer is accused of inflicting harm to 2 artistic endeavors by Andy Warhol valued at $500,000 every.
Lindy Lou Layman “deliberately and knowingly” broken a number of items of art work belonging to Anthony Buzbee on Dec. 23, in line with Harris County court docket paperwork.
Layman destroyed three unique work and two summary sculptures, in line with Texas authorities. She tore the work off the wall and poured liquid on them, and threw the sculptures throughout a room in Buzbee’s residence, the court docket paperwork reveal.
Two of the work have been unique Warhol works with a complete worth of $1 million, in line with KHOU.
Buzbee, who has represented former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, instructed authorities that Layman was drunk and known as an Uber for her at his residence, in line with the station. Layman wouldn’t go away and hid from Buzbee, in line with KHOU. Later, when he tried calling a second Uber, she cursed at him and did the harm to the art work, KHOU reported.
The sculptures broken on the residence have been value $20,000 every, in line with KHOU.
Prosecutors mentioned it had been their first date, in line with the station. Layman, a Dallas resident, was granted $30,000 bond after being charged with legal mischief.
Buzbee hosted a fund-raiser for Donald Trump final yr throughout his profitable run for the White Home.