After deciding to change his life and partying, Dennis Rodman is celebrating after reaching a 30-day milestone of sobriety.
In an interview with Page Six, the NBA start revealed why he decided to lay off the drinking.
“I want to see my kids grow up. I just needed to stop partying, take a step back and get my life back in order,” Rodman told Page Six.
Rodman, 56, first checked himself into rehab in January after he received a DUI. When he began treatment at the New Jersey facility, he said he felt that he needed to make life changes.
“A lot of people connect me with partying and being a bad boy, but now I am getting up in age, so I felt it was time step back and to re-evaluate my life…like seeing my son, D.J., who is a high school basketball star, play for the NBA,” he added.
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