The ex-Met/Phillies’ centerfielder has just pled guilty to three counts of bankruptcy fraud. For the crimes committed, the courts could grant Lenny Dykstra an additional 20 years on top of the three years that “Dude” had already gotten for his involvement in a grand theft auto scheme.
The guy just keeps adding to his criminal rap sheet.
Lenny is a different breed. While we all loved Lenny’s spunk and energy on the baseball field, Dykstra just never seemed to want to do things the right way.
No matter how you cut it, even though former MLB player Lenny Dykstra lived up to expectations in the sports world, he just never amounted to anything positive in his personal life.
The worst part is that it’s not even close to being over. Lenny Dykstra also has a 9-month sentence for attempting to lure women on Craigslist by advertising a falsely needed housekeeper. We know… unbelievable.
Which brings up a great question. Imagine if Lenny Dykstra was a different type of person. What if Lenny was the “stay-home” type and was completely satisfied with simply sitting in front of his computer, playing fun and productive games on the Internet, such as PartyBingo?
Don’t judge me… Internet games are fun, especially when you win money.
Anyway, many of you would probably say that Lenny Dykstra wouldn’t be involved in any of the crimes. Guess what, somehow I would still prefer to think otherwise.
Here’s my thinking. For a person to commit several crimes, all of which stem from the same type of behavior, then in most cases, that person’s mindset will never change.
No matter how many fun games PartyBingo has, Lenny Dykstra would still find a way to hit the streets and do the wrong thing.
The reality is when you come across a criminal, such as Lenny Dykstra, bad behavior just never stop.
Thank goodness for PartyBingo.
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