A number of celebrities are on the verge of losing their homes as the economic crisis continues. Lenny Dykstra, former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies centerfielder, filed for bankruptcy earlier this week following the foreclosure sale of his $18 million mansion. “Usual Suspects” star Stephen Baldwin may see his Rockland County home sold at auction July 22. He paid $515,000 for the home in 1997, and he and his wife have defaulted on over $824,000 in mortgage payments.
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