Earlier this month, legendary investor** Lenny Dykstra was charged with bankruptcy fraud. His crime? Helping himself to some items from his foreclosed on house and making a little profit off them ("Dykstra allegedly had dozens of items including chandeliers, mirrors, artwork, a stove and a grandfather clock delivered to a consignment store, Uniques, on South Barrington Avenue in West Los Angeles. The owner of the store paid him cash for a U-Haul truckload of goods"). Nails was was held on $150,000 bail for almost a week until his knight in shining armor busted him out of the joint.
Charlie Sheen paid $22,500 to bail former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Lenny "Nails" Dykstra out of jail...Sheen said, "The rendition guilty trolls that kidnapped my dear friend Nails clearly forgot that he's a fellow Vatican assassin and his best pal is a warlock." Dykstra has previously come to Sheen's aid, hiring a top lawyer to negotiate the troubled actor's return to "Two and a Half Men" after the 45-year-old was fired from the sitcom in March.
Sheen may have had another interest in getting Dykstra out, which is that Nails has been providing him with invaluable financial advice, gratis.
*According to Jim Cramer.