Carmen Electra says she had sex with Dennis Rodman at Bulls practice facility 'like kids in a candy store'
'We were eating Popsicles from the fridge and pretty much having sex all over the damn place — in the physical therapy room, in the weight room. Obviously had sex 'all over' the Bulls practice area'
Carmen Electra revealed some intimate details on her sex life with former husband Dennis Rodman, saying they had sex "all over" the Bulls' practice facility.
"One day when the Bulls had an off day from practicing, Dennis said he had a surprise for me. He blindfolds me and we get on his motorcycle. When he finally takes my blindfold off, we’re standing at the Bulls practice facility, center court," she told the LA Times.
"It was crazy, like two kids in a candy store. We were eating Popsicles from the fridge and pretty much having sex all over the damn place — in the physical therapy room, in the weight room. Obviously on the court," she added.
"To be honest, I don’t think he’s ever worked out so hard in his life," she shared with a laugh. 48-year-old Electra revealed that she had first met Rodman at a night club where someone took her coat and hid it behind the bar before Rodman asked her if she'd like a drink.
For a long time, she did not return any of Rodman's call but when she did, their romance took off. This was revealed in Episode 4 of ESPN's Bulls documentary 'The Last Dance'. "He was the bad boy of basketball. He dated Madonna. The next thing I know, he’s inviting me to get on a flight to Chicago and see him play," Electra revealed.
"Seeing the Bulls play was amazing. Michael and Scottie Pippen. That first night in Chicago, Dennis told me, ‘You’re not leaving.’ After that, it was quick. We fell for each other pretty fast," she added. During that time, Electra was a rising actress and an upcoming Playboy model.
She was warned about the kind of impact Rodman would have on her career but she did not care. "I was in my 20s. I was down for drinking and going to the clubs. I ended up becoming one of the boys. He wanted me to go to all the games and everywhere with him. Every time I would leave Chicago, I would be on the plane and I’d start crying because I missed him," she shared.
We had previously reported that while it seems like the two had a great time together, they were also reportedly married for nine days. After dating for nine months, Electra and Rodman tied the knot on November 14, 1998, after what could be described as a "late-night bender" in Las Vegas.
In an interview with People, chapel owner Barbara Taylor said, "They just arrived knocking at the door," and chapel manager Ron Myers spoke on Rodman's condition saying, "They weren’t huggy-huggy. He walked in and out fine."
The marriage was annulled nine days later and it was Rodman who had filed for the annulment saying that he was of "unsound mind" when the duo had wed and exchanged vows. They got officially divorced within a year.
Many fans and followers have enjoyed the episode on Rodman from the documentary and took to social media to comment on the same. One such user shared, "These last 2 episodes of #TheLastDance with Dennis Rodman and Phil Jackson are so damn entertaining."
Another added, "Dennis Rodman was the Honey Badger of the NBA #TheLastDance."