In what should come as no surprise, former New York Mets star Lenny Dykstra is in more trouble with the law. Already dealing with an indictment for bankruptcy fraud and obstruction of justice followed by numerous felony chargers, the latest incident involved Craigslist.
According to the Los Angeles City Attorney, Dykstra put ads on the site looking for a housekeeper. However, when someone would answer the ad, "the man they call nails" said the job required them to give him a massage and he then exposed himself.
The alleged incidents occurred between 2009 and April of this year.
Dykstra will be arraigned on the charges September 7th in Los Angeles Superior Court.
If recent history is any indication, these charges won't be the last that ones that the former World Champion faces.