Rodman facing misdemeanor charges after traffic mishap
Published on December 5th, 2016
Former basketball player and Hall of Famer, Dennis Rodman, has been formally charged with four counts of misdemeanor offenses after being involved in an incident in June where he was accused of causing a vehicle to crash, a November 21 article of CNN stated.
Information coming from California Highway authorities revealed that the 55-year-old ex-Chicago Bulls player was suspected of driving in the wrong way on a freeway in Santa Ana. A vehicle that was in the correct lane reportedly swerved and crashed into the wall in order to prevent crashing Rodman’s vehicle. Rodman was later alleged of failing to coordinate with authorities and for driving with a suspended license. If found guilty of the charges, a maximum of two-year imprisonment awaits Rodman. Rodman was required to undergo alcohol program in the year 2000 after entering a guilty plea for driving while under the influence of intoxicants.
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