Lindy Layman Charged For $300,000 Damages To Trump Supporter’s Art Collection

enter It is not quite clear what motivated the attack that 29-year-old Lindy Layman laid down on a prominent Houston attorney’s art collection, but it appears to be one of those cases of anti-Trump rebellion and euphoria that will come back to haunt her both now and later. Layman, a freelance court reporter according to her LinkedIn profile, reportedly poured liquid onto expensive paintings and tossed sculptures “across the room with her hands” during the Saturday (Dec. 23) incident at the River Oaks mansion of Anthony Buzbee, Fox News reports.

source url Considering that Buzbee has a successful defense record involving high-profile Republican politicians (cough, former Gov. Rick Perry, cough cough), and he once hosted a fundraiser for then-candidate Donald Trump, she probably picked the wrong target. After all, Trump and his followers are not usually ones to forget an infraction. Lindy Layman ruined three original paintings and two abstract sculptures in her temper tantrum, which may or may not have been fueled by alcohol. Going by the mugshot, we’re betting it was.

follow link Estimated damages were around $300,000, and perhaps not coincidentally, her bail was reported at one-tenth of that ($30,000), which she posted shortly after her arrest. She is expected in court on Thursday (Dec. 28).

farmacia online viagra generico 100 mg a Venezia Women have lashed out in large numbers against the Trump administration since he took office in January of 2017 (and actually some before that). One of the most recent cases was that of the woman who was arrested for her anti-Trump bumper sticker, which read, eloquently enough, “F*** Trump!” The incident also happened in the Houston area.

enter site Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office records noted that Karen Fonseca was picked up for an “outstanding fraud warrant,” though she claimed it was due to her anti-Trump bumper sticker. “I’m almost certain it does have to do with (the truck decal),” she said after her release. “People abuse the badge, and in my opinion, money talks. When you’re in politics, people know how to work the system.”

dove comprare viagra generico 100 mg She had previously been threatened with a disorderly conduct charge over the bumper sticker. “It’s not to cause hate or animosity,” Fonseca said in comments to the press shortly after her arrest. “It’s just our freedom of speech and we’re exercising it.”

cialis online generic Layman could try that defense, but we doubt she gets very far with it. After all, one’s freedom of speech ends where harm to another (or their property) begins.

(Featured Image: Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

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