Former NBA bad boy Dennis Rodman may be in trouble with the law after being named a “person of interest” in a hit-and-run investigation that took place in Santa Ana, California following a collision took place late Wednesday night.
Police responded to a call regarding a smashed BMW on the 1-5 Freeway. While Rodman was not at the scene of the crash one witness told local police that the other car involved was being driven by the Hall of Famer.
Additionally, at least one witness told TMZ that they saw Rodman at a nearby bar, singing karaoke, before the crash.
A rep for Rodman told TMZ, “We were just notified by the OC police last night and were waiting to talk to Dennis on who may have been in or driving his vehicle at the time of this incident. Dennis will certainly cooperate with authorities and allow them to inspect his vehicle for damages as well if these accusations are accurate.”
While law enforcement has reached out to Rodman, so far, no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed against him.