Assets International is suing former Chicago Bull, Dennis Rodman for commission on a contract that they claim to have fulfilled.


TMZ Sports reported the story, saying that Rodman allegedly hired Assets International to find previously lost assets. The company would make 30% of the assets worth, post-discovery.

According to TMZ, the company found almost $100K worth at Michigan Department of Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Division and Rodman was not ready to part with the $28K owed to Assets International.

Apparently, Rodman has already discovered the lost assets and does not think he owes the company they’re heft charge.

Assets International is now suing Rodman for the commission that both parties agreed upon.

TMZ reached out to Rodman’s management team for comment, in which they pushed the blame on Rodman’s former manager who was fired earlier this year.