Lenny Dykstra is in trouble with the law again.

The former baseball player, who helped lead the New York Mets to a World Series win in 1986, was charged Thursday with two counts of indecent exposure for allegedly exposing himself to women. Dykstra allegedly placed ads over the course of years on Craiglist seeking personal assistants and when candidates would arrive at his home, Dykstra would allegedly expose himself to them.

It’s the latest brush with the law for Dykstra. Earlier this year, he was charged with attempted grand theft auto, filing false financial statements, identity theft, grand theft auto and possession of a controlled substance. He filed for bankruptcy protection in California shortly thereafter.

Dykstra is scheduled to be arraigned on September 7. If convicted of indecent exposure, he could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine for each count.

The latest charges raise questions for fans about Dykstra’s mental state. His legacy is forever tainted by his ill-conceived investments and activities in his retirement.