Dennis Rodman sentenced in child support case
Dennis Rodman has been found guilty of contempt of court after not paying his child support and spousal support. He was sentenced last week in Orange County, where he was told that he will have to complete 104 hours of community service and three years of probation as a result.
The court will address his outstanding child support and spousal support payments later in June. The former NBA star and Michelle Rodman divorced in 2004 and have two children together.
Rodman’s financial adviser has told the court that he does not have the means to pay the large amount of overdue child support because he is currently broke.
If you are looking for help with collecting child support payments, please contact the child support lawyers of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP, by calling 858-935-6211 today.