Dennis Rodman Sentenced to Community Service

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(Courtesy: KABC, CNN)

ORANGE, Ca. (KABC) — Former NBA star Dennis Rodman has been sentenced to 104 hours of community service for failing to pay child support.

The ex-Laker appeared in a courtroom in Orange, California Tuesday.

A family court commissioner also sentenced him to three years probation.

Rodman, 51, was ordered to catch up on child and spousal support payments, which reportedly total more than $850,000 dollars.

Court documents filed recently claimed Rodman was “broke.”


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