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Dennis Rodman

Accused of Attacking Ex,

Jäger Shots for Breakfast

6/22/2012 3:30 AM PDT UPDATED: 6/22/2012 12:14 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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Dennis Rodman
drunkenly barged into his ex-wife's house last month early in the morning, attacked her, then insisted on taking her and their son out for breakfast ... where he slammed 4-6 Jägermeister shots -- this according to his ex-wife.

Michelle Rodman has obtained a temporary restraining order against Dennis over the May 28th incident -- but was back in court in Orange County, CA yesterday to make it permanent.

Michelle took the stand, describing the events that took place -- claiming Dennis had shown up to Michelle's house wasted at 2:30AM, completely unannounced, and demanded to see his 11-year-old son.

Michelle said Dennis attacked her when she refused, shoving her onto a bed, then took off -- only to return hours later, still intoxicated, asking to take their son to breakfast. Michelle obliged ... on the condition she came with.

At breakfast, Michelle said Dennis got even more wasted -- ordering 4-6 shots of Jägermeister ... in front of the kid ... and downing them all. She claimed Dennis then repeatedly made comments about her boyfriend, saying, "You're f**king this white guy!"

So far, it's unclear if the judge will grant Michelle's restraining order request -- the hearing will continue this morning. Should be interesting ... Dennis is expected to take the stand as well.

FYI -- Dennis is due in another O.C. courtroom later today ... to fight his $51,000-a-month child support payments. Busy man.

Dennis Rodman's lawyer tells TMZ, the NBA legend denies all his ex-wife's accusations -- and insists he has a witness who can back him up. The lawyer says, Dennis "is not a violent person."

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6/22/12 12:10 PM -- The restraining order hearing was just pushed back to October. In the meantime, the judge has extended Michelle's temporary restraining order, barring Dennis from contacting her or their kids in any way. But there is one exception, Dennis was granted supervised visitation with his kids twice a month, for 4 hours at a time. That's it.

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