Terrell Owens was reportedly ordered to work at Goodwill for missing child support
The issues Terrell Owens has had with child support over the past couple of years have been well documented. When you take into account the fact that it was once believed T.O. could face jail time over missed child support payments, the eight hours of community service he was ordered to complete last month are nothing shy of a cakewalk.
According to court documents that were obtained by TMZ, Owens was ordered to work at a Goodwill store in Studio City, Cali. for falling behind in child support payments to one of the mothers of his children, Kimberly Floyd. His volunteer referral form showed that he completed eight hours of work between Dec. 27 and Dec. 28.
Folding hand-me-downs sure beats being behind bars.