Did Charlie Sheen Bail Out ‘Nails’? Lenny Dykstra’s Lawyer Says No
NEW YORK (WFAN) — Does embattled 1986 Mets outfielder have an unlikely ally in Charlie Sheen?
According to TMZ, Sheen fronted 15 percent of Dykstra’s $150,000 bail last week — to the tune of $22,500. Dykstra has been mired in a federal case where he’s accused of embezzling money from a bankruptcy estate.
“The rendition guilty trolls that kidnapped my dear friend Nails clearly forgot that he’s a fellow Vatican assassin and his best pal is a warlock,” the ever-cryptic Sheen told TMZ.
However, Dykstra’s lawyer refutes the report.
“Charlie Sheen has absolutely nothing to do with posting the bond in the federal case,” Mark Werksman told the paper. “He’s a friend and supportive of Lenny, but there’s simply no truth to this rumor. … It’s preposterous.”
Whether he did or didn’t lend a hand to Lenny, Sheen didn’t exactly come out of left field. “Nails” reportedly tried to hire attorney Dan Petrocelli to negotiate the TV star’s attempted return to “Two and a Half Men.”
On Monday, the site also reported Dykstra is under investigation in Los Angeles for lewd conduct stemming from an alleged naked massage endeavor while interviewing a housekeeper.
“Total garbage. Never happened,” Dykstra said through his lawyer, according to the Daily News.
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