Lenny Dykstra, Encino resident former player for the New York Mets, was sentenced this week to an additional 6 and a half months in prison on bankruptcy fraud and other federal charges, according to CNN.
In November, prosecutors recommended that Dykstra receive a 30-month sentence for bankruptcy fraud, according to the City News Service.
Dykstra, already serving a three-year term behind bars in an auto theft case, pleaded guilty earlier this year to several federal counts including bankruptcy fraud, concealing property from the bankruptcy estate and money laundering, according to the City News Service.
Click on the links below to read Patch's coverage of Dykstra's legal woes and other stories about the former Mets player.
Lenny Dykstra Prosecutors Recommend 30-Month Sentence for Bankruptcy Fraud
Former Slugger Lenny Dykstra Pleads Guilty in Bankruptcy Fraud Case
Former Baseball Star Lenny Dykstra Charged With Bankruptcy Fraud
Charlie Sheen Bails Out Former Baseball Player Lenny Dykstra
UPDATE: Former Baseball Star Lenny Dykstra Charged With 25 Counts
Former Baseball Star Lenny Dykstra Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Charges
Lenny Dykstra's Request for Restraining Order Refused
Lenny Dykstra Cancels Showdown With Jose Canseco