Lenny "Nails" Dykstra is heading court once again.
Vigliano's lawsuit alleges that Dykstra was to pay him with the proceeds from $23 million in notes from his car wash business.
When Dykstra failed to pony up the dough, Vigliano kept a $106,000 book advance that was due to him. Vigliano is seeking the outstanding $194,000 of the debt.
In November Dykstra was dragged into to court to settle a $100,000 debt. The court appearance led to some classic Dykstra sound bites:
- "That's my f---in' ashtray money, bro," he told the New York Post, when asked about claims he owed a private jet company $7,000. "I don't even know if I flew on their plane."
- "See that purple label, bro? That's seven large," he said gesturing to the lining of his gray pinstripe suit.
- "It's not about giving money. It's about giving back. See that?," Dykstra said pointing to an elderly woman crossing the street. "I'm going to be walking like that. I crashed into too many walls."
Adding to Dykstra's financial woes was the collapse of his Players' Club magazine, which, ironically enough, was targeted towards professional athletes who wanted help managing their finances. Whoops.