Report: Lenny Dykstra charged with indecent exposure


Things continue to go south for Lenny Dykstra.

Per TMZ, the former All-Star has been charged with indecent exposure for allegedly showing his private parts to several women he met on Craigslist.

According to the report, Dykstra would place ads on the internet-based classifieds website calling for a female personal assistant and housekeeper.

When the women arrived at Dykstra’s home for interviews, he informed them that he was also expecting massages. And then exposed himself.

TMZ says Dykstra pulled the “bait and switch” at least six times. An arraignment is scheduled for September 7.

Dykstra is also in hot water for a litany of other recent criminal activities, including grand theft auto, attempted grand theft auto, filing false financial statements, and possessing a controlled substance.

Now 48 years old, Dykstra amassed 1,298 hits, 81 homers and 285 steals during a 12-year MLB career.

UPDATE, 9:39pm: The Associated Press has confirmed TMZ’s report. Dykstra could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine for each indecent exposure count if found guilty.