Buzbee said that Layman came to his home with others and that he had not met her prior to that evening.
Lindy Lou Layman, 29, was arrested on a charge of criminal mischief Saturday.
A woman accused of destroying three paintings and two sculptures belonging to Houston attorney Tony Buzbee and causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage appeared in court.
Khloe Kardashian reveals she is nearly six months pregnant
Thank you!' she tweeted after being flooded with many congratulatory messages from her fans. Khloe Kardashian has no time for unsolicited advice from trolls on Twitter .
Layman's LinkedIn profile says she has worked as a freelance court reporter.
According to prosecutors, after returning to Buzbee's home following that date, Buzbee called an Uber for Layman.
"She also pulled a Renoir and a Monet off the wall", Buzbee told Texas Lawyer. "When they returned to his home, he believed she was too intoxicated and decided he wanted her to leave". Per the information read in court, Layman was aggressive toward the second Uber driver, walked back into Buzbee's home and shouted, "I'm not leaving".
At least one of the paintings was by Warhol and the total cost of the damage was more than $1.5 million, Houston TV station KHOU reported.
Mn Power Crews And Equipment Head To Puerto Rico
Ameren is sending almost 75 line workers and additional support personnel as part of this effort. The outage in Puerto Rico is considered the longest disruption of electricity in us history.
The sketches evidently incorporate an Andy Warhol unique. The sculptures, KHOU reported, were worth $20,000 each.
Buzbee is known for leading the defense in an abuse of power case against former Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
N Korea slams new United Nations sanctions as an 'act of war'
Tension has been rising over North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, which it pursues in defiance of years of U.N. Security Council resolutions, with bellicose rhetoric coming from both Pyongyang and the White House.