Former baseball player, stock market guru, and eloquent speaker Lenny Dykstra is denying allegations he stripped down to his bat and balls and requested a massage from a woman he was interviewing for a housekeeping “opportunity” that he placed an ad for on Craigslist. According to the woman’s attorney, Lenny led her to a guesthouse, gave her a box of oils, disrobed and jumped on a bed. The woman, who plans to sue, is said to be completely traumatized by the alleged events, as she has been unable to sleep and is now seeing a psychiatrist. Charlie Sheen may or may not have bailed out his “dear friend Nails.” The text you have just read is more commonly known as “Tuesday” to Lenny Dykstra. Allegedly. [via NYDN]
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