According to RadarOnline.com, Foster posted a copy of the bounced check allegedly signed by Dykstra, who has suffered major financial setbacks over the last few years.
Which brings up the question: Who in their right mind would accept a check from Lenny?
"He gave me a fake name when I met him, and eventually came clean as to who he was, because he wanted to seem impressive . . . ," Foster told RadarOnline.com in an interview. "If I had known who he was I wouldn't have gone with him. He is in so much financial trouble."
Foster explained further on her blog:
"The amount agreed upon PRIOR to meeting was not initially to be paid via a check and absolutely no illegal or sexual activity occurred . . .
"I understand that working as an escort is an 'alternative lifestyle' occupation - however I did not do anything wrong or illegal being that this man only paid me for my company and to have a few drinks with him."
Foster went on to explain on her blog that she went public so that other escorts won't be - you'll pardon the pun - nailed with bounced checks.
"Being that I most likely have little to no chance of ever recouping my losses from Lenny Dykstra I have decided to tell the truth about what happened . . . Lenny Dykstra WILL NOT EVER do this to another young woman if I can help it."
RadarOnline.com reported that it spoke to Moshe Mortner, Dykstra's attorney. Mortner reportedly told the site that Dykstra "couldn't be reached for comment."
- Tom Mahon
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