Rhaka Khan is facing some serious charges in El Paso, Texas, and the trial has been moved back thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is an ongoing trend with the legal system as even the lawsuit over Randy Orton’s tattoos was pushed back yet again.
Court records note that a motion hearing for Rhaka Khan is slated for October 12th. This is regarding the trial for charges of interference with child custody and “aggravated kidnapping facilitate.”
Khan is a former WWE developmental talent and she also had a stint in TNA. Her real name is Trenesha Daniyall Biggers. The trial has already been pushed back multiple times due to the pandemic. A hearing was still listed for September 24th, but this new motion likely means that date isn’t happening.
She was indicted on charges in August 2019 that led to her being listed as one of El Paso’s most wanted fugitives at the time, a list nobody wants to end up on. She also no-showed court twice and her bail was revoked. She is represented by a public defender in her trial.
It is considered a state felony in Texas when someone “takes or retains a child when that person knows that the taking or detention of the child violates a judgment or order.” That is what she is charged with, and a penalty could be two years behind bars.
Considering how long Khan has waited, she might get off on time served whenever that court date actually happens. We will continue monitoring this ongoing story.
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