Dennis Rodman, a member of the 'Basketball Hall of Fame' and one of the best wing-pivots in NBA history, was charged Monday with violating traffic laws and causing accidents, so he could be sentenced to two years in jail, according to the police of the American city of Santa Ana.

The police reports

The Police report said that in the early hours of Sunday, Rodman drove a sports car north to the lane south of Interstate 5 in Santa Ana, California, and drove straight into a sedan, causing the driver of that vehicle to deflect in order to avoid a collision. According to the agents, Rodman, who is a repeat offender, fled the scene before the patrolmen arrived.

According to an unofficial source, it said a department official had leaked information, which directly involves the former NBA star, who, according to this source, the famous and controversial NBA player, could face up to two years in prison for violating certain rules of transit, citing that Rodman has no chance of escaping unscathed from this embarrassing problem, in which he was involved. Was Rodman under the influence of alcohol, or any forbidden substance?

Dennis Rodman in the NBA

Rodman became known for his behavior and appearance (tattoos, piercings and constant hair dye changes) over a career spanning from 1986 to 2000, including titles with the Pistons (1989 and 1990), along with Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls (1996, 1997 and 1998).

He finished his career in the NBA with 6,683 points, 11,954 rebounds and 1,600 assists. He then played in Mexico, Great Britain, Finland and the Philippines.

Whether it was with the Detroit Pistons as part of the Bad Boy era of Basketball in the league, or later with the Chicago Bulls, Dennis Rodman has always been a controversial figure in all aspects -- both on and off of the basketball court.

This story is still developing, so it's likely that we will see what will happen, and what the consequences of these actions will ultimately be in the coming days. In the meantime, however, initial reports don't fare well for Rodman after his hit-and-run incident.

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