The one-time home of ex-
This week an additional 6.5 months for federal bankruptcy fraud was tacked onto Dykstra's three-year state prison sentence for auto theft. He pleaded guilty to looting the mansion of valuables before creditors could liquidate them and was ordered Monday to also pay $200,000 in restitution and perform 500 hours of community service, The Times reported.
Household items including chandeliers, mirrors and a $50,000 sink were removed from the nearly 11,000-square-foot house, according to federal prosecutors.
The seller is Thomas J. Barrack's Tobar Properties, which bought the Sherwood Country Club-area mansion last year for an undisclosed amount. Barrack, a real estate and private equity billionaire, is the chief executive of Colony Capital.