Former NBA star Dennis Rodman could face as much as two years in prison after being charged with a hit-and-run Monday. Orange County prosecutors filed misdemeanor charges against the erratic star over a July 20 freeway crash on Interstate 5 in Santa Ana, California. Rodman is accused of causing the crash by driving the wrong way, forcing another vehicle to swerve into a wall. Rodman was also charged with giving police false information, driving without a license, and crossing a dividing section of the road. His lawyer insists the crash was caused by inadequate signs on an exit ramp.