The amount of trouble former Phillies star Lenny Dystkra can get himself into appears limitless.
Already facing jail time for grand theft auto plus a federal trial on bankruptcy charges, "Nails" on Wednesday was sentenced to 36 months in the Los Angeles County jail and three years' probation.
Dykstra, 49, pleaded no contest to charges of lewd conduct and assault with a deadly weapon with women who responded to ads he placed for housekeepers on Craigslist, the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office said.
Dykstra also was ordered to stay away from five victims and told not to "solicit" on Craigslist or social networking sites.
"When the victims arrived at the locations to meet Defendant Dykstra, he would allegedly inform the women that the job also required them to give a massage and would expose himself to them," according to the City Attorney's Office.
Authorities said the lewd conduct charge resulted from exposing himself to women. The assault charge resulted from a June 2010 incident in which authorities say he held a knife to the throat of a woman and forced her to massage him.
The sentence will run concurrently with the three years that Dykstra was sentenced to last month. He had pleaded no contest to grand theft auto and filing a false financial statement in connection with a scheme to use somebody else's paperwork to steal or lease several new cars, according to court records.
The man who starred in the 1993 World Series for the Phillies and the 1986 Series for the New York Mets still faces federal bankruptcy charges and is scheduled to stand trial this summer.
Federal prosecutors allege that Dykstra hid, sold, or destroyed more than $400,000 worth of items from his $18.5 million mansion without permission of a bankruptcy trustee.