A judge in Orange Country decided to teach Dennis Rodman a hard lesson after Rodman was held in contempt for not paying child support.
Rodman was found in contempt because he raked up a huge child support bill. The judge found him in contempt for not paying his child support and now he owes $808,935 in child support that he has not paid for his 9 and 10-year-old kids.
According to TMZ, Rodman received 3 years probation. Rodman was also ordered to do 104 hours of community service.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Rodman will have to settle any disputes that are still remaining when he shows up to court on June 22.
Rodman's lawyer said that even though Rodman spent 14 years in the NBA, he is broke.
According to New York Daily, tax returns from 2010 shows that Rodman earned around $150,000 in 2010. Peggy King, Rodman's financial manager, says that he still owes quite a bit of back taxes.
Barry Micaelson, an Orange County Superior Court Commissioner, told Rodman that he should use his talents and put them to good use in his service.
Micaelson told Rodman that he should use his talents to assist other people in need and use them as a motivator.