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

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

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

A Dallas woman is facing felony charges after police say she destroyed at least $300,000 worth of sculptures and original paintings - including two original Andy Warhol works - at the River Oaks home of well-known Houston trial lawyer Anthony Buzbee.

"He said that she walked into his home, began shouting "I'm not leaving" along with obscenities while damaging three of his paintings and two of his sculptures. stated that she poured red wine on the paintings, ripping them off the wall with her hands and threw both sculptures on the ground with her hand shattering them", court officials said.

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According to KTRK, Buzbee and Lindy Layman, 29, were on a date, during which she became very drunk, and the pair returned to Buzbee's home before he called for an Uber to come pick her up.

"Lindy Lou Layman "intentionally and knowingly" damaged multiple pieces of artwork" by Andy Warhol on December 23, said the New York Daily News. "She also pulled a Renoir and a Monet off the wall".

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She allegedly refused to leave and hid inside the sprawling estate, and that when Buzbee found her and called a second Uber for her, Layman turned aggressive and allegedly took out her rage on Buzbee's high-priced art collection.

Layman was arrested and released from jail after posting a $30,000 bond on December 24 and is set to face her first court appearance on Thursday. "Luckily those weren't damaged".

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"It's not the first time I've had guests at a party of mine over imbibe", Buzbee told Texas Lawyer.

According to a criminal complaint, damages were estimated to be circa $300k.

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KPRC reported that, during a probable cause hearing, a judge said Buzbee thought Layman was "too intoxicated" and decided he wanted her to leave.

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