Flamboyant former NBA star Dennis Rodman is due in family court Tuesday to be sentenced on four counts of contempt for failing to pay child support.
The retired professional basketball player will likely face a sentence of community service, said Mary Ann Noiroux, an attorney for Rodman's ex-wife Michelle. He could also be ordered to pay more than $800,000 in back child support, Noiroux said.
''For somebody like that, they could even have him help out with a Boys and Girls Club teaching basketball,'' she said.
Noiroux said Rodman also faces additional contempt charges for other missed payments, and another conviction could land him in jail.
Rodman's attorney, Linnea Willis, did not return calls for comment.
Rodman - known for his wild behavior and Technicolor hair as well as his rebounding skills - married in 2003. His wife filed for divorce a year later. Since then, the couple has been feuding over custody and support of their two children, ages 10 and 11.
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