Police: Lenny Dykstra told Uber driver 'Take me to Staten Island or I'll blow your (expletive) head off'

Lenny Dykstra apparently really needed to get to Staten Island on the night of his latest arrest.

Police arrested the former MLB All-Star on May 23 and charged him with making terroristic threats and various drug offenses after he allegedly threatened to kill his Uber driver.

On Tuesday, My Central Jersey obtained the police report from the arrest, and it paints a troubling picture.

Per the report, Dykstra got into an Uber early in the morning in Linden, New Jersey and wanted to go to Staten Island, despite having requested a ride elsewhere.

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1985: Lenny Dykstra #4 of the New York Mets bats during a game in the circa 1985 season. Dykstra played for the Mets from 1985-89. (Photo by Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via Getty Images)
NEW YORK - CIRCA 1985: Lenny Dykstra #4 of the New York Mets looks on during batting practice prior to the start of a Major League Baseball game circa 1985 at Shea Stadium in the Queens borough of New York City. Dykstra played for the Mets in 195-89. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
FLUSHING, NY - AUGUST 1986: Lenny Dykstra #4 of the New York Mets celebrates after hitting a home run in August 1986 in Shea Stadium in Flushing, New York. (Photo by Ronald C. Modra/Sports Imagery/Getty Images)
BOSTON - OCTOBER 1986: Outfielder Lenny Dykstra #4 of the New York Mets makes a throw to the infield during the World Series against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on October 1986 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
1987: Lenny Dykstra #4 of the New York Mets stands on the sideline during a game in the 1987 season. (Photo by Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via Getty Images)
PITTSBURGH - JUNE 1988: Outfielders Lenny Dykstra #4 and Darryl Strawberry #18 of the New York Mets sit in the dugout with pitcher Dwight Gooden (C) during a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Three Rivers Stadium in June 1988 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by George Gojkovich/Getty Images)
SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 1989: Lenny Dykstra of the New York Mets takes batting practice before a Major League Baseball game against the San Francisco Giants played during August, 1989 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California. (Photo by David Madison/Getty Images)
1989: Lenny Dykstra #4 of the Philadelphia Phillies stands on the field during a game in the circa 1989 season. Dykstra played for the Phillies 1989-96 (Photo by Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via Getty Images)
Outfielder Lenny Dykstra of the Philadelphia Phillies fields a ball during a game.
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA - 1991: Lenny Dykstra of the Philadelphia Phillies poses for a portrait before a major league baseball spring training game in Clearwater, Florida prior to the 1991 season. (Photo by Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via Getty Images)
29 Apr 1993: Outfielder Lenny Dykstra of the Philadelphia Phillies stands on the field during a game against the San Diego Padres at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego, California.
PHILADELPHIA - OCTOBER 19: Lenny Dykstra #4 of the Philadelphia Phillies bats during Game three of the 1993 World Series against the Toronto Blue Jays at Veterans Stadium on October 19, 1993 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Blue Jays defeated the Phillies 10-3. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
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7 Mar 1998: Outfielder Lenny Dykstra of the Philadelphia Phillies in action during a spring training game against the Cincinnati Reds at the Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Florida. Mandatory Credit: Rick Stewart /Allsport
Lenny Dykstra poses for a portrait in the penthouse apartment he is renting. The man professional baseball once dubbed 'Nails' for his never�give�up, take�no�prisoners approach to play, is gray�haired and grizzled looking these days. His fortune is gone and the multi�million dollar Thousand Oaks mansion he bought from Wayne Gretzky at the height of the last housing boom is trapped in a messy personal bankruptcy. But much like his days as a professional athlete, Dykstra is not going down softly or quietly. He is facing off against a host of creditors who say he owes them millions. He has accused the trustee in his bankruptcy case of fraud. And perhaps most boldly, he is asking the court to pursue claims against Wall Street titan JP Morgan Chase, saying he was defrauded by a mortgage broker into taking out a 'predatory' home loan when he bought the Gretzky mansion in the summer of 2007. (Photo by Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
EAST HAMPTON, NY - AUGUST 19: Lenny Dykstra attends the 69th Annual Artists and Writers Softball Game at Herrick Park on August 19, 2017 in East Hampton, New York. (Photo by Sonia Moskowitz/Getty Images)
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Police: Dykstra threatened to kill driver when he told him how Uber works

When the driver explained to Dykstra that he would have to change his request through the Uber app, Dykstra allegedly got hostile.

“Dykstra then placed a black pill bag with an object [the driver] believed to be a gun to his head and said ‘take me to Staten Island or I’ll blow your (expletive) head off,” according to the police report.

The driver, fearing for his life, drove Dykstra instead to the Linden Police station. Upon arrival around 3:30 a.m., the driver ran from the vehicle screaming for help and that Dykstra had a gun, according to the report.

When police responded, Dykstra reportedly told an officer that the driver had tried to kidnap him and allowed him to search his body and his bags. Dykstra recanted consent of the search on the bag, but police determined they had probable cause to continue.

Police: No gun, but drugs recovered from Dykstra

Police did not find a gun, but did find a substance believed to be marijuana, a glass pipe, a straw with suspected cocaine residue, a vial of suspected cocaine and two pills suspected to be MDMA, according to the report.

Police charged Dykstra with third-degree making terroristic threats, third-degree charges for possession of cocaine and MDMA and disorderly persons charges for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. His court date is scheduled for July.

Dykstra took to Twitter after his release and quoted Taylor Swift and Bobby Brown while admiring his mugshot.

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