Bolling’s Accuser Now Targeting MLB Player With Similar Accusations

At this point, it’s pretty obvious that Caroline Heldman, who recently made headlines after making wild and baseless accusations against Fox News host Eric Bolling, is looking for attention and money.

In fact, by now, it’s become clear that Heldman is nothing more than a “professional accuser,” who portrays herself as the brave victim of relentless sexual harassment.

In reality, Heldman is slandering the names of prominent male figures in an attempt to get attention, money, or fame; regardless, her conduct is vile and completely unprofessional.

Now, Heldman is accusing former MLB All-Star Lenny Dykstra of also sexually harassing her.

Heldman’s accusations basically revolve around alleged comments made by Dykstra, who she says told her that he found it “sexually arousing” when she “talked politics.”

She also claimed that Dyskstra “persistently asked her to a party.”

Yea, it must have been a really harrowing experience, how will she ever get over THAT?

From The WildCard

Caroline Heldman, an associate professor of politics at Occidental College in Los Angeles, has accused former MLB All-Star and World Series champion Lenny Dykstra of sexual harassment.

This comes on the heels of her accusing Fox News host Eric Bolling of sexual harassment. Bolling is currently suspended from the network as it investigates her claims.

In a Facebook post Saturday, Heldman said Dykstra made unwanted sexual advances while she was a guest on Fox News.

“On March 20, 2011, Lenny Dykstra persistently asked me to a party and told me that he gets ‘sexually aroused when I talk politics.’ He also harassed the make-up artist who was curling my hair at the time,” Heldman wrote.

According to Heldman, when she and the make-up artist turned away Dykstra’s advances, he got confrontational and physical by grabbing her wrist. Heldman added that Dykstra “seemed high” during those moments.

“I’m a trained martial artist, and it took a lot of self-control not to respond to his physical violence in kind,” she told Philly.com. “Instead, I broke the wrist grab and told him to leave.”

Dykstra, 54, has been a frequent guest on Fox News and Fox Business. He typically has promoted his investment company, Nails Investments.

Dykstra was a center fielder for the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets, known for his grittiness and chewing tobacco, and won a World Series with the Mets in 1986.

He was sentenced to house arrest in May 2011 after a bankruptcy fraud indictment.

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