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Delusional Lenny Dykstra Files for Restraining Order Against Ex-Manager He Claims Sent Anti-Semitic Tweets

Crazy Lenny Dykstra is so upset that his ex-business manager Dan Herman withdrew bail, he’s filed for a restraining order against him in a desperate attempt to distort the truth, and possibly extort money.

In the restraining order, Dykstra claims that Herman approached him as an enamored fan, and began overseeing his Twitter account.

“He is now threatening me, my business relations – sabotaging my name and reputation and threatening to continue the harm,” Dykstra claims.

Dykstra is accusing Herman of speaking with an FBI attorney and providing him with false information. Dykstra also falsely claimed that Herman has threatened him with violence, and that Herman is trying to incite violence by posting “racist and malicious Twitter messages” on Dykstra’s account. The ex-ballplayer says he fears for his family.

Save your LOLs.

It’s funny the way Dykstra’s facts work. An enamored fan comes up to him and he gives him control of his Twitter account? Yeah, that makes a lot of sense.

The real story is that Herman quit when Dykstra backed out of his fight with Jose Canseco. It was then that Herman realized Lenny was a compulsive liar. After that, Dykstra changed the password on his Twitter account and Herman no longer had access to it. Before that, Herman had utilized it for business purposes. Once Dykstra learned that Herman was withdrawing his bail, he fired off several angry anti-Semitic tweets at his former manager.

Herman is no longer playing Lenny’s games.

“I refuse to travel 3000 miles [to Los Angeles] to answer a felons frivolous summons that holds no truth,” Herman told LBS. “Instead of spending $5000 on a retainer for a lawyer to fight this, I will accept whatever the judge rules, and rather donate that retainer amount to the victims of Dykstra.

“His claims that I hacked his Twitter account are just as Ludacris as his conspiracy’s about JP Morgan, his bankruptcy trustee, the police, the even the federal government.”

UPDATE: Dykstra’s file was thrown out by the judge and he did not get the ruling he was seeking.

Below are the documents from the restraining order filed by Dykstra (click twice to enlarge):


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