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Lenny Dykstra May Be In A Little Bit Of Trouble

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It's not money trouble, so that's a good thing but it is sexual harassment-type trouble, which is unfortunate, especially given Nails' declaration earlier this week that he's ready to “once again claim his role as a productive member of society." In fairness to LD, the incident in question took place last May, which was before he decided to stop shitting on the floor. It's also before he was thrown out of his house, so reading through the suit by Jacqueline Massaro, Dykstra's former "Estate Manager/Personal Assistant," has got to hurt (memories, whatnot).

A few days after getting the job, Massaro--who lived in San Diego--was summoned one night by Dykstra to drive three hours to his home. When Massaro arrived around midnight, Dykstra was not home, according to her February 19 complaint, a copy of which you'll find below. When he got there, Dykstra, 47, yelled at her to get to work. Since it was nearly 1 AM, Massaro asked, "what he could possibly want her to do." Dykstra, who played 12 Major League seasons and won a World Series championship with the New York Mets, then told Massaro to get the "fuck out of my house, it's not going to work out, just leave." Massaro contends that when she went to her room to pack for the return trip to San Diego, Dykstra came into the room and said, "So, you have nowhere to go, give me a blow job and you can stay the night." Massaro claims that after she complained of being disrespected, Dykstra proceeded to put his hands on her breasts "while trying to push her onto the bed." Massaro said that she screamed, escaped Dykstra's clutch, and ran out of the house and drove away.

This is the second time (that we know of) that LD has been accused of touching someone he wasn't supposed to. The last was the 17 year-old at the car wash. Most likely some stewardesses, too, but they haven't said anything. Nails' legal team has yet to respond to the charges though this incident, like Dykstra's loss of $38 million and his house, will presumably be blamed on JPMorgan.

Update: I'm in no way making excuses for the guy, but if the allegations are true, it should be noted that they took place when he was going through a super tough time. His Gulfstream II had recently been impounded.

Lenny Dykstra, Head Case [TSG]