Woman Accused of Destroying $300K Worth of Art at Tony Buzbee's House

Woman Accused of Destroying $300K Worth of Art at Tony Buzbee's House

Woman Accused of Destroying $300K Worth of Art at Tony Buzbee's House

Lindy Lou Layman, a 29-year-old Dallas woman who lists her occupation as a "freelance court reporter" on her LinkedIn profile, was arrested and charged with criminal mischief for destroying three original paintings and two abstract sculptures at the attorney's house.

Lindy Lou Layman was arrested on December 23 on criminal mischief charges after allegedly damaging several painting and sculptures in Anthony Buzbee's River Oaks home.

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The lawyer told police that Layman became aggressive after he called a second Uber for her and damaged his artwork, KHOU reported. That's when she allegedly poured red wine on his paintings and ripped them off the wall, then threw his sculptures on the ground. According to court documents, the resulting damage cost at least $300,000.

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Layman was released from custody on Christmas Eve after posting a $30,000 bond, court records show. She wouldn't and got angry because she didn't want to leave.

"It's not the first time I've had guests at a party of mine over imbibe", the attorney said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "She also pulled a Renoir and a Monet off the wall. Luckily those weren't damaged", Buzbee added.

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