2008_11_dykstra.jpgThe tabloids caught up with former three-time All-Star Lenny Dykstra yesterday after he settled a lawsuit from an accounting firm which claimed Dykstra didn't pay almost $140,000 in accounting fees. Dykstra said the firm "folded like Mitch Williams in the ninth" and added, "There was no case. There was nothing"--all while chomping on Twizzlers. When a reporter brought up allegations that Dykstra bounced a $7,000 check for a private plane flight, the Post reports Dykstra, who put some of the $27 million he got from the Phillies into car washes, said, "That's my f---in' ashtray money, bro. I don't even know if I flew on their plane." then proceeded to show the Post reporter the label of his pinstripe suit, "See that purple label, bro? That's seven large." Keep it classy, Nails!