Following a judge’s decision to drop his defamation and defamation suit against former Mets teammate Ron Darling, Lenny Dykstra claimed that Darling and the Mets owners, Wilpons, were “all-in” for a series of conspiracies against him. Misleading, obscene-laced videos Posted on Twitter on Monday night.
While filming himself next to a freeway, Dykstra explained that his Uber was just over by a man he referred to as “a bunch of mountains.” The news that the judge had dismissed his case against Darling was not so bad that his autobiography described a racist incident involving Dykstra playing “108 Stitches: Loose Threads, Ripping Yarns and My Time in Darend Characters”. “
“It’s not as bad as the judge’s decision to dismiss my case,” Dykstra said. “It simply came to our notice then. I didn’t do it with Mr. P. [Darling] By a long shot, right? Ron Darling and the New York Mets were just above what could be defined as the biggest fraud in the history of the game. And the fans, the fans who played like idiots, look like their fools and now they’re going to pay.
“When you walk with nails, you’ll get the king hammer, are you listening?”
The 57-year-old Dykstra Wilpon took a few more shots into the family, who have been part of the Mets since 1980 and whose sole proprietorship since 2002 says “they’ve become king, give those motherfuckers a thorn in their side.”
“The day I find out about a judge, who knows, I mean, that’s the kind of verdict?” He said. “But it doesn’t matter, Mr. P can answer a lot more. Since I got all kinds of shit, Wilpons, on top of all of them, they’re all in it, right? And I’m going to prove it. When I do an interview with an AP writer and publish them, because I have authentic, documented motherfuckers. Do you know what that means? That means I can support what I say. “