Sunday, February 14, 2016

Dykstra got $1,800 diamond bracelet from NBC10 on top of free dinner

On top of a free lavish meal at the Palm, NBC10 also provided Lenny Dykstra with a nearly $2,000 gift card to Steven Singer Jewelers.

Dykstra got $1,800 diamond bracelet from NBC10 on top of free dinner


Being interviewed by NBC10 could be one of the best decisions Lenny Dykstra has made in ages.

On Monday we told you that Dykstra and a hot blonde were comped a meal at The Palm (200 S. Broad) where NBC10 sends its "Sports Final" guests for dinner.

We've since learned that the bankrupt former Phillies star, in town for a sports-card show, also picked up an $1,800 diamond bracelet for his ladyfriend at Steven Singer Jewelers (8th & Walnut), which also has a trade arrangement with NBC10. The Palm dinner and Steven Singer gift cards are disclosed as gifts to guests at the end of the Sunday "Sports Final" show.

We're told that Nails let his companion choose her gift while he spent most of his time in the store talking on his phone and signing baseballs for a few employees.

A station spokeswoman did not return our inquiry as to whether most guests receive nearly two grand in gifts to the jewelers.

Click here to read our complete column in Wednesday's Daily News.

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