Lenny Dykstra, Ex-Baseball Player, TheStreet.com Stock Tout Now Broke.

Would you buy options trading advice from this man?

NY Post Reports:
Lenny Dykstra, the once high-flying former Met turned entrepreneur and self-described Wall Street whiz, is at risk of losing his $18 million California mansion and private jet, according to documents and associates.

“He’s been writing bad checks all over town,” one source said.

The private-equity firm Index Investors filed foreclosure papers March 11 on Dykstra’s sprawling Thousand Oaks estate, which he purchased from hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, records show.

Dykstra, a three-time All-Star whose tough, gritty playing style earned him the nickname Nails, did not return calls or e-mails for commen


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