Dykstra on 7k: ‘That's my f—in' ashtray money, bro'

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Lenny Dykstra is trying to prove to the world that he's not a complete lunatic nor a deadbeat. He was in New York yesterday to settle a $139,000 lawsuit against him. The details of the case seem kind of boring, but the quotes from the Dude are about as good as he gets. When asked how the proceedings went, Dykstra commented that the plaintiff "folded like Mitch Williams in the ninth."

The best quotes, however, came from topics unrelated to the case settles yesterday. From the NYPost:

Halcyon Jets alleged this month that Dykstra bounced a $7,000 check for a September flight from Las Vegas to Van Nuys, Calif.

"That's my f- - -in' ashtray money, bro," he said. "I don't even know if I flew on their plane."

Dykstra also showed The Post the jacket lining of his charcoal-gray
pinstripe suit. "See that purple label, bro? That's seven large," he
said.

The one positive that seems to have come out of all of this is the fact that Lenny is a better role model for kids today, what with trading in his chew for Twizzlers.

>>Ex-Met Lenny Dykstra Gets a Walk [NY Post]

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