HOUSTON -- New details have been released in the arrest of a woman accused of damaging expensive art at a prominent Houston attorney's home.

Lindy Lou Layman, 29, appeared before a judge on a charge of criminal mischief.

Prosecutors say Layman was on a first date with attorney Anthony Buzbee late Dec. 23. Buzbee told police Layman was too intoxicated, so he called her an Uber when they returned to his River Oaks home.

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The woman allegedly refused to leave and hid inside the home. Buzbee located her and called her a second Uber, but the suspect allegedly became aggressive.

She is accused of yelling obscenities while tearing down two original Andy Warhol paintings, estimated at $500,000 each, from the wall of the attorney's home. She then allegedly threw two sculptures, valued at $20,000 each, according to charging documents.

At the time of the woman's arrest, the damage was estimated to be about $300,000.

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Layman later stated in court she is from Dallas and has been a court reporter for nine years. She was granted $30,000 bond.

Buzbee is a high-profile attorney who hosted Donald Trump at his home for a presidential campaign fundraiser in 2016. He made headlines the same year for parking a tank outside of his home, causing a brief fight with his homeowner's association.