Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Lenny Dykstra Has Been Sentenced for three Years

Ex-New York Mets outfielder Lenny Dykstra has been sentenced to jail for three years on Monday in a California State Prison for bankruptcy and providing a false financial statement. After getting retirement from baseball, Lenny owned a flourishing chain of car washes which he sold and then put the wages into
his next project: The Players Club. The elitist magazine was a breakdown and Dykstra's objective to turn it into a financial advisory service became a dream.

49 years old Lenny Dykstra, has had a sequence of current legal dilemmas and the prison sentence is part of a post-career descending coil.

In a confused and emotional appeal for trial, Dykstra believed he has attempted to make compensations for his past wrongdoings and said he would be cleared of any unlawful activity had his motion to take out his request been approved. For the time being, the hope is that Nails will build some fruitful use of his three-year period and turn out to be the greatest jailed baseball player.


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