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Warrant Issued For The Arrest Of Former TNA Wrestler Rhaka Khan

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Former TNA competitor Rhaka Khan has had a warrant issued for their arrest in relation to charges of aggravated kidnapping.

Rhaka Khan – real name Trenesha Biggers – had a bench warrant put out for her arrest according to court records on Thursday, 23rd of September. Biggers is due to stand trial on the 4th of October on charges relating to child custody and aggravated kidnapping. A motion hearing is also listed for Biggers on October 12th but it is unknown what that is in relation to.

Trenesha Biggers was first indicted in August 2019 with the court case being repeatedly postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At one point she was considered one of El Paso’s most wanted fugitives after failing to appear in court on two occasions that eventually led to her having her bail revoked. Her arraignment finally took place in December 2019.

The charge of aggravated kidnapping is a felony charge and could land someone found guilty of the offence looking at a custodial sentence of anywhere from 5 years to life behind bars.

Biggers first appeared as Rhaka Khan in TNA at the Against All Odds pay-per-view in 2008, helping Scott Steiner to defeat Petey Williams. She is perhaps best known from that time as part of Awesome Kong’s Kongtourage stable that included Raisha Saeed and Sojourner Bolt. Her last appearance on TNA television came in February 2009 when she and Bolt defeated Saeed and Kong in a tag team bout.

Prior to her stint in TNA, Biggers had been part of WWE developmental as part of Deep South Wrestling. While there she acted as the valet for The Regulators who went on to become Gymini on WWE television.