Reason Lindy Lou Layman got outraged: Buzbee wanted her to leave!
Posted 28 December 2017 - 02:09 PM
Prosecutors say Lindy Lou Layman damaged three paintings and two sculptures belonging to high-profile attorney Tony Buzbee after the Dec. 23 incident, according to Houston NBC affiliate KPRC.
He alleged Layman became heavily intoxicated, and when they returned to Buzbee’s home, the attorney decided he wanted her to leave because she was too drunk.
She then allegedly refused to leave and hid somewhere inside the house. When an Uber driver showed up, KPRC reports that’s when things turned violent.
Prosecutors say Layman began shouting “I’m not leaving!” before damaging the artwork, pouring red wine on the paintings and ripping them off the wall — she also allegedly shattered the two sculptures on the floor.
The damage is estimated at $300,000. According to Buzbee’s online biography, he was described by the New York Times Magazine as “one of the most successful trial lawyers in the country.” He also represented Rick Perry in 2014 when, as governor of Texas, he was indicted for alleged abuses of power — which was later dropped.
Posted 28 December 2017 - 02:10 PM
Correction: 'Only date!'
Posted 30 December 2017 - 02:48 PM
On the Saturday before Christmas, the Houston lawyer’s home was also filled with a furious and drunk young woman who refused to leave even after he had summoned her a taxi, a court was told.
There were conflicting accounts of how Lindy Lou Layman, 29, came to be in the house of Mr Buzbee late that night. But according to prosecutors, repeated attempts to remove her were unsuccessful and only enraged Ms Layman. They allege that she took out her fury on Mr Buzbee’s art collection, causing $300,000 of damage.
Ms Layman is said to have begun an abrupt assault on three of his paintings,…
Posted 31 December 2017 - 03:03 PM
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