ELIZABETH, NJ – A judge has dropped the drug and terrorist threat charges filed against former Major League Baseball baseball player Lenny Dykstra following an altercation with a driver. 39; Uber.
A judge dismissed the charges Friday after Dykstra pled guilty to disorderly conduct and fined $ 125.
Dykstra says "happy that this chapter of my life is behind me".
The three-star player, a member of the New York Mets champion team in 1986, said the pilot had tried to kidnap him after asking to change the destination of the trip.
The driver told the police that Dykstra was holding a weapon in his head, but no weapons were found.
The driver told NJ.com that Dykstra had "admitted what he had done in my car".
A complaint for removal filed against the driver is pending.