After suing Michael Jordan and other sports stars for $3 billion, former WWE and TNA Impact Wrestler Rhaka Khan, formerly known as Trenesha Bigger, left the entire globe in awe. Biggers released a huge bombshell, alleging that the suspects had planned to kidnap her and her kids. However, neither defendant has yet made a public statement regarding the complaint.
The Rhaka Khan case according to the site the lawsuit was filed against parties that include Michael Jordan, various police departments, and at least two individuals who has been dead for 16 years.Miscellaneous companies, Dwayne Johnson, & several universities. pic.twitter.com/NTuiGBaovw
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Given that the majority of the other parties were from the professional wrestling entertainment industry, it is unknown how the former Chicago Bulls champion became involved in this litigation. Jordan has previously been involved with the law. MJ once faced a bogus claim of failing to pay child support, which was later proven to be untrue. Also suing him was his doppelgänger. Here are the two occasions that Mike came dangerously close to being arrested.
Designer sues Michael Jordan and Nike for $30 million over copyright infringement
The partnership between Michael Jordan and Nike was one of the most significant in sports history. One New York designer, however, alleged that the Jordan brand had stolen his labor of love. The creator of Faded Royalty, Rocco Giordano, claimed that Nike and designer Cody Hudson copied his concept for the Chicago Collaborators Collection, which was unveiled prior to the 2020 All-Star Games.
New York City fashion brand Faded Royalty accused Nike & Michael Jordan of stealing its 6-Point Star logo for their NBA 2020 All Star Weekend apparel, a/c to a copyright infringement suit filed in New York federal court seeking at least $10 million in damages.#Copyright#IPR
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Giordano asserted that he was unaware of the use of his emblem until individuals approached him to express their gratitude for working with Nike. According to him, the logo was designed in 2000 and was registered as a trademark for his company in 2012. The designer demanded $30 million in compensation. Additionally, Nike declined to comment on the matter.
A Michael Jordan lookalike, Allen Heckhard, filed a lawsuit worth $832 million
Michael Jordan has achieved great success in his life. He was so prosperous that he is now regarded as the greatest person to ever live. However, in this specific instance, his doppelgänger detested being confused for Mike. He filed a massive $416 million lawsuit against both Jordan and Nike. Heckhard asserted that being recognized as Jordan upset him emotionally, which is ridiculous if you’re being compared to the greatest player in basketball history.
He filed a lawsuit against the creator of Nike for the same sum, which was pegged at $832 million in total. Heckhard became involved because, in his opinion, Jordan’s fame was made possible by Nike. He claimed that being identified as Mike made him uncomfortable and that being stared at by others made him feel harassed. Heckhard, though, came so close to winning the case.