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Prosecutors in Florida have charged former NBA star Dennis Rodman with a single count of misdemeanor battery.

The charge stems from a May 2019 incident at a Delray Beach bar. According to the police report, Rodman is accused of slapping a fellow bar goer twice in the face with an open hand. The victim, whose name is redacted in the report, says he woke up the next morning with swelling in the face.

The article goes on to state the following:

The police officer who took the report says that no swelling or injuries were observed on the victim at the time of the report, which was filed two days after the alleged incident.

In May, the Sun-Sentinel reported that Rodman was accused of an unprovoked attack by Jeff Soulouque of Miami.

Soulouque said he “suffered injuries on his face and to his eye.”

“I was like, ‘What is your problem?'” Soulouque told the news outlet. “It was out of nowhere. He just hit me and I was blindsided and he started charging me.”

Rodman’s attorney, Lorne Berkeley of Miami, said at the time: “We deny that any incident occurred.”

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