Former MLB outfielder, Lenny Dykstra, charged with bankruptcy fraud

Lenny Dykstra, best known for playing centerfield for the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, was charged with bankruptcy fraud for purportedly selling possessions from his $18 million home. Dykstra, known by his nickname “Nails”, filed for bankruptcy in July 2009.  Dykstra removed, destroyed and sold property that was part of the bankruptcy estate without the permission of the trustee, allegedly.

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