A high-profile Texas attorney alleges that a woman destroyed hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of art in his house, including two original Andy Warhol paintings, after getting drunk and inexplicably belligerent on a first date.
Prosecutors said in court Wednesday that Lindy Lou Layman, a 29-year-old Dallas court reporter, was on the date with attorney Anthony Buzbee on Dec. 23 when she allegedly went on her drunken destructive spree, according to KHOU.
But other than that, she seems nice.
Rule No 1: Never date crazy.
Court records show that she was charged with felony criminal mischief after allegedly tearing three paintings off the wall, pouring an unidentified liquid on them, and destroying two abstract sculptures by "throwing them across the room." I wonder if she was shouting "I hate attorneys, I hate you and I hate Andy Warhol" as she was doing that?
The prosecutors said two of the paintings were original Warhols valued at $500,000 apiece. The sculptures were worth $20,000 each.
He should have checked for possible drug interactions *before* he slipped her the roofies.ReplyDelete
#1 rule as explained to me by a sage old nurse....never date anyone that you work with!!!ReplyDelete
#2 rule if they look like they smoke meth, then they smoke meth.
I have met Anthony Buzbee several times, and he's that rich. He was the Trump chairman for Texas. Interesting guy. Apparently no taste in women. He's been divorced more than once and hands out big cash settlements.ReplyDelete
Well, I wouldn't call Warhol "fine art," but you know what they say about opinions.ReplyDelete
Just a quick glance at her indicates some form of obsession with (not-so-good)plastic surgery. And if that alone doesn't clearly indicate several types of serious mental disorders, nothing else really does. Whacko-deluxe!ReplyDelete
Now, there's five miles of bad road.....ReplyDelete
I guess even multi-millionaires get desperate sometimes. Us poor guys rely on the internet instead.ReplyDelete
Since her abnormality is, literally, written all over her face, I have to conclude that the attorney has serious drug or alcohol problems. If he’s smart enough to be a prominent lawyer and he ignored the warning signs, he is deeply impaired.ReplyDelete
somehow, i just don't know why; i just do not feel anything approaching pity or empathy for the lawyer's financial loss. homeowners insurance will no doubt pay for the losses. the young woman will no doubt be shafted by the the insurance companies to recoup their losses, as is right and just. I do not feel any pity or empathy for her either. i would guess that i just don't give a shit about Texas lawyers and those they run with.ReplyDelete