Lenny Dykstra, former outfielder for the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies, was charged with two misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure in Los Angeles City on Tuesday.
If convicted, Dykstra may spend six months in jail, and pay $1,000 per count in fines. This was revealed by LA prosecutors.
According to LA City Attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan, Dykstra is accused of exposing himself to six women, who answered an ad for a housekeeper or personal assistant, which he placed on Facebook.
The recent charges only add to existing charges that the former athlete has been ordered to stand trial for. The charges include 25 counts of grand theft auto, attempted grand theft auto, filing false financial statements, and possession of controlled substances. The last charge stemmed from an investigation into a scheme involving Dykstra; a search of his home had yielded cocaine, ecstasy, and a synthetic growth hormone.