What’s the worst thing a first date has ever done to you? If it’s less than $300K worth of damage, Tony Buzbee might have you beat.
The wealthy Houston lawyer went on a date with a court reporter named Lindy Lou Layman over the weekend during which he alleges she got completely hammered.
When he tried to call the 29-year-old an Uber, prosecutors say the 29-year-old hid inside the house before eventually doing massive amounts of damage.
Among the accusations in the felony criminal mischief charge are throwing two sculptures, pouring red wine on artwork, and tearing paintings off the wall — including two Andy Warhol originals valued at $500K EACH!
According to Buzbee, Layman also “pulled a Renoir and a Monet off the wall” — though thankfully he says they were not damaged.
Layman posted $30,000 bail and is due back in court on January 9.
Nowhere in the court documents is a reason given for Layman to be so destructive toward the 49-year-old’s property, but we can safely assume there won’t be a second date.
[Image via Houston Police Department.]