Lindy Lou Layman, the Dallas woman who damaged two Warhol paintings during a lover’s quarrel, could receive a life sentence in prison if found guilty. During the events that took place at Tony Buzbee’s, several other works of art have been damaged.
Warhol Paintings Estimated at $1 Million
According to Tony Buzbee’s statements, Lindy Lou Layman went berserk after a heating argument and started thrashing everything in her path. Buzbee who is an influential Dallas attorney declared that apart from the two Warhol Painting, each worth $500,000, the woman also broke two statues, each worth approximately $20,000.
The events that led to the woman’s arrest started to unfold in the 23rd of December. Lou Layman came to Buzbee’s residence in order to speak her mind. As Buzbee declared, the woman was in advanced state of intoxication when he arrived at his house. Most notably, it appears that Lou Layman and Buzbee had a torrid love affair which lasted for some time and the woman came that day in order to reckon with him.
After a heated argument which took place in Buzbee’s living room, the woman became enraged and started thrashing everything she could lay her hands on. Buzbee’s statements point out that the Dallas woman ripped a couple of painting with her bare hands, poured wine on others, and shattered two valuable statues.
Apparently, the attorney tried to order an Uber when Lou Layman began to demolish his living room. Furthermore, the authorities declared that the man was found hiding inside his home until the woman was restrained by the authorities.
Although a guilty sentence might translate as life in prison, Lou Layman’s attorney said that his client is a good person and that Buzbee might exacerbate the events that transpired at his home.
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