Lenny Dykstra Scoffs At Accusations He Sexually Assaulted His Housekeeper, Maintains Good Luck Streak

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When we last checked in with Lenny Dykstra, things seem to be on the up and up for the former baseball player-cum-Jim Cramer endorsed money manager. He claimed to "be back," spiritually and financially-speaking, on account of his new “mortgage forensic research firm,” known as Predatory Lending Recovery, LLC, which despite not yet having any clients and only one testimonial, Len said is a billion dollar business. He described himself as "a lightning rod for money." And he suggested he was still in possession of the thing the matters most to him in life, his private jet. Then, this happened:

Former pro baseball player Lenny Dykstra’s housekeeper has accused him of sexual assault, according to records...the female housekeeper alleged Dykstra would force her to give him oral sex on Saturdays.

No stranger to sexually harassing members of his staff (in 1999 Dykstra was arrested for that sort of thing with a 17-year-old female who worked at his car wash), we wondered if this news would threaten Nails' comeback, and if it was a harbinger of worse things to come. However, prosecutors have apparently decided not to file charges, "because of an apparent lack of evidence that the activity was forced." Here's what LD had to say about the matter:

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Dykstra denied the allegations, saying the woman was trying to extort him to buy drugs. “If she was assaulted on Saturdays, then I’m a ... ballerina dancer on Sundays,” Dykstra said. “This is a maid. That’s not even worth commenting on, are you kidding me?”

Lenny Dykstra Accused Of Sexual Assault, No Charges Filed [LATimes]

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