Rhaka Khan, who was a former developmental talent for both WWE & TNA, became a controversial name in the past few years. She was listed as El Paso’s most wanted fugitive back in 2019 due to interference with child custody and being an “aggravated kidnapping facilitate.” Now it appears she is moving forward with her $3 billion lawsuit against The Rock and other WWE Superstars.

Last year in October, Rhaka Khan – real name Trenesha Biggers, filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, claiming “conspiracy to kidnap” Biggers and her children. The lawsuit was filed against over two-dozen defendants, including The Rock, Nikki Bella, Mick Foley, Maryse, The Miz, Jim Cornette, Billy Corgan, and even the late Chris Benoit.

According to a report by PWInsider, the case had been on hold for several months until February when Biggers was granted permission to move forward, provided she paid court fees upfront.

In March this year, Biggers received notification by mail at her home address in New York City. However, none of the defendants have been served with legal proceedings at this time.


In December 2022, a bench warrant was issued for Biggers’ arrest by Texas courts after she failed to attend her criminal trial in El Paso, Texas. The charges against her include interference with child custody and “aggravated kidnapping facilitate.” The warrant for her arrest is still active according to Texas court records. We will keep you updated on this ongoing case.

What’s your take on Rhaka Khan’s lawsuit? Are you shocked she included The Rock in it? Sound off in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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