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Posted 2 years ago in Bankruptcy Criminal Law by Aaron Kase  
Lenny Dykstra Gets Six Months for Bankruptcy Fraud

Baseball star-cum would-be financial magnate Lenny Dykstra was sentenced to six-and-a-half months in prison this week for hiding assets from his bankruptcy estate. Dykstra, 49, agreed to a plea deal in July after his bankruptcy trustee discovered that he had taken up to $400,000 in memorabilia and household goods from his estate while bankruptcy proceedings were ongoing. The former Mets and Phillies centerfielder filed for bankruptcy in 2009, when he admitted to owing up to $25 million while only possessing …

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Posted 2 years ago in Bankruptcy by Aaron Kase  
Former Baseball Star Lenny Dykstra Busted in Bankruptcy Scam

Former baseball star Lenny Dykstra agreed to a plea deal on federal bankruptcy fraud charges last month, following accusations that he sold or removed up to $400,000 worth of memorabilia and household goods from his home and office during bankruptcy proceedings. Dykstra ran up debts in investment magazine for athletes Already in prison for grand theft auto Faces an additional 20 years behind bars   Dozens of Lawsuits Lenny Dykstra  (nicknamed “Nails” for his gritty play and non-stop hustle on …

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