Lenny Dykstra, legendary baseball outfielder (and later an unlikely Wall Street guru), has been arrested by California cops on charges of bankruptcy fraud. According to U.S. prosecutors, Dykstra sold up to $400,000 of “sports memorabilia and a dresser” from his bankrupt estate after he had already filed for bankruptcy protection. He also allegedly ripped out a $50,000 sink from the home and installed it in his office at the Camarillo airport. After his sports career, where he reportedly became a steroid pioneer, Dykstra found success as the owner of a luxury carwash and as a stocks columnist for Mad Money host Jim Cramer’s website.
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