Dennis Rodman Attacks Ex-Wife, Takes 4-6 Jägermeister Shots In Front Of Son

The post-playing days of Dennis Rodman took another sad turn on Thursday when it was reported the former Chicago Bulls star's ex-wife was granted a temporary restraining order against the five-time NBA champion stemming from a troubling incident on May 28.

As the story goes, Rodman entered his ex-wife's house unannounced and inebriated at 2:30 a.m. His ex-wife claims she was "attacked" and pushed onto her bed while Rodman demanded to see his 11-year old son. Rodman would go onto take his ex-wife and son to a breakfast joint, where the former Bull "slammed 4-6 Jägermeister shots" and made vulgar and disparaging remarks about his ex-wife's current relationship, according to his ex-wife.

It's worth noting that the power forward denies his ex-wife's accusations and claims to have a witness to support him.

Last we heard from Rodman, he was having trouble making child support payments due to alcoholism.

For more on this story, keep it locked to SB Nation Chicago. Also be sure to visit our Bulls blog Blog-a-Bull.

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