The Rock & Female Wrestler Legal Bombshell Leaks

It has come to light that the matter over Rhaka Khan is far from over. Now, a lawsuit from the former Impact Wrestling star named a ton of high-profile names, including some of the biggest the entertainment business has to offer.



As per PW Insider, on June 12th, Judge Laura Taylor Swain of the United States District Court dismissed the lawsuit filed by former TNA and WWE developmental star Trenesha Biggers, also known as Rhaka Khan.

The lawsuit was originally filed in October 2022 in the Southern District of New York and claimed a conspiracy against Biggers in relation to an ongoing Texas criminal case.

The defendants listed in the lawsuit were numerous and included entities such as The State of Texas, The El Paso Child Protective Services, the FBI, The Las Cruces, New Mexico Police Department, The NYPD, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, New York ACS, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., Shirley Police Department, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Suffolk County NY, The Rock, WWE personalities The Miz and Maryse, current Impact Wrestling star Heath Miller, WWE Hall of Famer Nikki Bella, the late Chris Benoit, former WWE talent Mark Jindrak, the now-defunct Panda Energy (which once owned TNA/Impact), Home Depot, the now-defunct Florida Championship Wrestling, Steve Keirn, The National Wrestling Alliance, NWA President Billy Corgan, the now-defunct Deep South Wrestling, Bank of America, basketball star Michael Jordan, several Universities, Jim Cornette, Mick Foley, New York City area energy company Con Edison, and many others.

Now that case against The Rock and so many others from Rhaka Khan has been dismissed.

Swain’s dismissal reads:

Plaintiff Trenesha Biggers (“Biggers”), who is appearing pro se, brings this federal action against approximately 1,000 individuals and entities from various states. Regarding her claims that arose in New York State, she alleges that, in 2019, individuals removed her children when she was arrested.

By order dated February 27, 2023, the Court granted Biggers’ request to proceed in forma pauperis (“IFP”), that is, without prepayment of fees. For the following reasons, the Court dismisses the complaint for failure to comply with Rule 8 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, with 30 days’ leave to plead claims that arose in a county within the Southern District of New York. The Court also dismisses claims that arose outside of this District for improper venue, see 28 U.S.C. § 1406(a), without prejudice to Biggers’ filing civil actions in the proper venues.

The lawsuit alleged that all of these defendants conspired to kidnap Biggers and her children. That being said, Judge Swain dismissed the lawsuit, indicating that there was no merit to the claims made by Biggers.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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