Sports never anticipated becoming the target of a multi-billion dollar lawsuit. Sadly, a number of athletes, as well as colleges and government organizations, have been charged with organizing a kidnapping. Trenesha Biggers, a former wrestler for the WWE and TNA Impact Wrestling, came forward a few months ago and named numerous people in an abduction case. And the names Biggers brought up are fairly alarming.
Two of the biggest individuals pulled into this case are former fellow wrestler, Dwayne Johnson and NBA legend Michael Jordan. Trenesha Biggers went on to mention several other well-known former colleagues of hers, such as the Bella Twins, The Miz, and his partner, Mick Foley. One of these wrestling names included the late great Chris Benoit as well. Biggers slammed the case on other defunct wrestling promotions such as the Florida Championship Wrestling and Deep South Wrestling.
She called various government offices and went by the name Rhaka Khan. the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the FBI, Child Protective Services, the NYPD, and the Shirley Police Department. She listed several fraternities from prestigious universities along with Home Depot, Panda Energy, and numerous others. According to Trenesha, all of these defendants planned to kidnap her and her kids. The ex-WWE Diva is suing for a staggering $3 billion in damages.
If I m reading this right The Rock, The Miz, Chris Benoit, Mick Foley and others conspired to kidnap Rhaka Khan and her children?? That seems way far fetched @KlassicMike @ReBourneAgain @breakkerstreet @bigbird432 @kat_woman13 @DbWrasslin @JohnGarces @Jay371992 pic.twitter.com/bITfRLo0YI
Jayson Dixon (@sonofjay_91) April 21, 2023
the reason Michael Jordan was included in this instance. The real reason for his involvement is still a mystery. However, the fraternity Omega Psi Phi, which Jordan is said to have belonged to while attending North Carolina University, was one of the conspirators. This is the only evidence as to why MJ and other wrestlers were charged.
Trenesha Biggers case gets approved by the court
The investigation into the case began in October 2022, and it has continued ever since. The judge authorized Trenesha Biggers to proceed with the case when she obtained the necessary paperwork. Sources assert that the defendants haven’t yet received any kind of legal notice, nevertheless. Due to the high profile nature of this case, both parties anticipate a fierce defense.
Back in 2019, Biggers was once entangled in legal issues. She was supposedly accused of meddling in a serious kidnapping case that also concerned child custody. But because of the pandemic’s unexpected devastation, Biggers’ court date was postponed several times until she made the decision to skip it. Khan brought up many of the aforementioned names in the context of her case and accused them of scheming against her.