A Texas woman destroyed at least $300,000 in famous art at the home of Houston attorney Tony Buzbee after their first date, prosecutors say.
A Texas woman destroyed at least $300,000 in famous art at the home of Houston attorney Tony Buzbee after their first date, prosecutors say. Houston Police Department
A Texas woman destroyed at least $300,000 in famous art at the home of Houston attorney Tony Buzbee after their first date, prosecutors say. Houston Police Department

‘I’m not leaving:’ His date wrecked $300,000 in famous art and hid in his house, prosecutors say

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