Vibes Hot Yoga Studio
owners, Ali and Ariana Shah accused ex-NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman
of allegedly coming into their studio in Newport Beach,California on May 7th, and stealing $3,500 worth of yoga merchandise. According to Los Angeles Times
, Rodman walked into the store with an ex-vibe employee, another man and woman just before the store was about to close at 1:30 pm. Security footage shows the four worked and coordination to distract an employee so they could steal clothes from the displays. It's clear as day you see Dennis Rodman walking around the yoga studio in blue track pants while the others take and stuff merchandise into their pants and purses. 30 seconds into the surveillance video a man is seen lifting a Crystal off the checkout desk and dropping it on the ground, breaking the $2,500 ginormous geode amethyst crystal into thousands of pieces. The following day when an employee came to open the studio for afternoon and evening yoga classes at 4:30, Rodman and a woman again returned to the same studio to steal three or four more articles of merchandise, they even took the hangers. Shah, the store owner allegedly claim Robin and his collaborators cause 5,000 worth of damages to the studios floor. Rodman tells TMZ Sports
, him and his friends was asked to help move the crystal by employees. Rodman also claim the staff was aware of the taken merchandise's because they was "gift" as a token of gratitude and hot yoga studio owners are looking for exposure and the owners allegations are all false. Rodman or his associates has not been arrested and this is a ongoing investigation.