The good news is: even if you did it, the DA will probably offer you deferred adjudication probation, which is elligible to be sealed if you successfully complete it.
Other than that, there is no way to tell you the outcome of your case. It depends on a million factors: defense counsel, the DA, the judge, the evidence they have agaisnt you, the quality of their witnesses, whether there is an actual video, etc. That's why you need to hire a skilled trial lawyer and not just a plea lawyer. Get someone who is willing to fight and go to bat against these DAs. But most likely, even if it's a terrible case, the DA will offer deferred, assuming you don't have a history of criminal mischief or other crimes.
Call a lawyer and fight! There are a million ways to skin a cat.
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God Bless America,
I do not practice in TX, but I can offer some general advice. I agree with the first attorney's answer, but I must caution you: Placing all the facts of your case online and admitting to the acts you committed can be used against you in court. This is a public forum. There is no attorney-client privilege here.
For further and more specific advice, consult directly with a local, experienced criminal defense attorney over the phone or in person, and do not post any more facts regarding your case online.