Report: Dennis Rodman was driving wrong way on freeway before hit-and-run
Dennis Rodman was named a person of interest in a hit-and-run investigation last month, and the former NBA star could be heading toward charges if the reports about his involvement in the crash are accurate.
According to TMZ, investigators believe after speaking to witnesses that Rodman was driving a white SUV that struck another car at around 12:30 a.m. on July 20 in Santa Ana, Calif. Not only that, but California Highway Patrol officials believe Rodman was traveling northbound in the southbound carpool lane at the time of the accident. The driver of a BMW swerved to avoid a head-on collision, and the driver of the other car — allegedly Rodman — fled the scene.
Sources reportedly told TMZ that Rodman was seen at a karaoke bar hours before the crash, and police are trying to determine if he was drinking. Investigators are recommending that Rodman be charged.
Last we heard from Rodman, he was stumping for an NBA job by reaching out to an important team executive. He’s probably reaching out to his lawyer now.