Late Wednesday, a tweet issued from Lenny Dykstra's Twitter account reached his followers.
"Guess who's back, back again #4"
The answer had little to do with Eminem. It had to do with the fact that Nails reached a plea deal with the state of California. Dykstra pleaded no contest to three counts of grand theft auto and one count of preparing false paperwork, which led a judge to release him immediately from the county jail he has called home for the last four-and-a-half months because he wasn't able to make bail.
Dykstra's not out of the woods yet, though. He still faces sentencing on the charges, although his plea knocks down any potential jail time from 12 years. He has a choice of accepting a guaranteed three-year sentence or he can risk an extra year in jail for the chance that a judge lets him off the hook for just probation in an alleged car-leasing scam.
When police were investigating those charges, they said they found a stash of drugs, including co...