Ex-Philly Lenny Dykstra in bankruptcy fraud plea deal

Lenny Dykstra, the former star Philadelphia Phillies outfielder, entered a plea agreement with federal prosecutors who accused him of defrauding creditors by declaring bankruptcy and then looting his $18 million mansion. The government filed the sealed plea agreement on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 with the federal court in Los Angeles, CA. Prosecutors accused Dykstra of stealing, improperly selling and destroying more than $400,000 of artwork, chandeliers, a grandfather clock, a stove and other items from his six-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion in Thousand Oaks, California. He had bought it in 2007 from hockey legend Wayne Gretzky. Dykstra had filed for Chapter 11 

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