Layman is accused of pouring red wine on his paintings, ripping them off the wall, and throwing sculptures on the ground. As indicated by court archives, the subsequent harm cost at any rate $300,000.
Quoting prosecutors, the TV station said it had been their first date.
Buzbee says the two returned to his home, but Layman turned out to be too drunk to continue their date, prompting his call for an Uber.
Buzbee told police that Layman refused to leave and hid in his 11,000-square foot home, which the Harris County appraisal district values at more than $9.4 million, that reportedly has five fireplaces and limestone floors. So, he called a second Uber driver, and Layman showed aggression toward that driver. "She also pulled a Renoir and a Monet off the wall".
Buzbee likewise as of late stood out as truly newsworthy for stopping a World War II tank in his River Oaks neighborhood. "Luckily those weren't damaged", Buzbee added.
"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. A LinkedIn page for Layman identifies her as a freelance court reporter.
The Morning News noted Buzbee's connection to President Donald Trump, saying that in 2016 the lawyer had hosted the eventual president at his mansion and also donated $250,000 to Trump's campaign. "She didn't." Buzbee's jailed date was later released on $30,000 bond.
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