Texas woman damages $300,000 art on her first date
A woman in Texas, who was on her first date with a notable lawyer, caused a damage to his art collection that worth nearly $300,000.
WASHINGTON: A woman in Texas, who was on her first date with a notable lawyer, caused a damage to his art collection that worth nearly $300,000.
29-year-old Lindy Lou Layman from Dallas was reportedly drunk when the incident took place.
She has been arrested on Saturday on criminal mischief charges. Layman was dating a trial lawyer from Houston named Anthony Buzbee.
She was, however, released on $30,000 bond.
According to Buzbee, Layman got too drunk on their date and so he called her an Uber. Refusing to leave, she hid inside his house.
It was when Buzbee called another Uber, Layman got aggressive.
She tore several paintings and poured wine on some of them. She even threw two sculptures worth $20,000 each across the room and shattered them, Buzbee alleged.
The damaged Warhol paintings were valued at $500,000 each as per court documents.