Lindy Lou Layman gained notoriety when she allegedly destroyed $300,000 worth of fine art at Houston plaintiffs lawyer Tony Buzbee’s house last month after a first date. But her criminal mischief charge comes with something else that’s equally attention grabbing: a possible life sentence in a Texas prison upon conviction.

Layman, a 29-year-old Dallas woman who lists her occupation as a “freelance court reporter” on her LinkedIn profile, was arrested and charged with criminal mischief for destroying three original paintings and two abstract sculptures at the wealthy attorney’s house.

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