Former baseball star Lenny Dykstra is being charged by the Los Angeles Count prosecutor’s office with 25 counts of fraud. These counts include writing bad checks, using phony business information, and using fraudulent credit reports in an attempt to lease several cars. Among these counts is also one of drug possession. Trouble doesn’t seem to be having a hard time finding the former Phillies star.
Of course this isn’t at all too surprising, considering Dykstra filed for bankruptcy in 2009, when he owed more then $31 million. He claimed to only have $50,000 total in assets. Even after he filed for bankruptcy, allegations spread that he stole property, further adding to his troubles. Dykstra is schedule to be arraigned June 16th.
If someone has set you back by writing bad checks or using phony business or credit information, a personal injury attorney can help you deal with such financial fraud. A good personal injury attorney will determine the most appropriate way to settle your score while helping you receive compensation for your troubles and damages. If you have been cheated, contact a personal injury attorney at your earliest convenience, and take back what is rightfully yours.