The Lenny Dykstra tragedy continues to get more depressing:
Bloomberg: Lenny Dykstra, who helped the New York Mets win the 1986 World Series, was accused of taking goods from his home including a $40,000 French stove two weeks before a bankruptcy judge appointed a trustee to oversee his finances.
Fixtures and furniture were “removed and presumably sold” by the former Major League Baseball All-Star, who filed for bankruptcy in July, according to court papers filed by the mortgage lender Index Investors LLC, a creditor in the case.
The “presumably sold” part probably has something to do with the fact that you can’t keep a French stove in your car.
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