Lenny Dykstra, the baseball bad boy who featured for New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies in the ’80s and ’90s, is in a bad position indeed.
Dykstra was arrested early Wednesday after police in New Jersey claim he debilitated to kill his Uber driver while conveying an assortment of medications.
The post-baseball vocation of Dykstra, 55, has been loaded with issues. Most prominently, he was condemned to three years in jail in 2012 for stupendous robbery auto and documenting a false monetary articulation.
In any case, he served only six and a half periods of his sentence. Since getting out, he’s kept up his blunt identity and composed a book titled “Place of Nails: A Memoir of Life on the Edge,” which was discharged in 2016.
Dykstra has bowed out of all financial obligations, been to recovery, confessed to utilizing steroids – his post-baseball life has essentially been a BINGO card of terrible life choices.
For this most recent episode, Dykstra was accused of third-degree making terroristic dangers and different medication offenses, as per The Courier Post. He was discharged yet is expected back in court one month from now.