Former TNA Star’s Criminal Trial Pushed Back For Tenth Time

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A new report has indicated that a former TNA star has had their criminal trial related to “aggravated kidnapping” pushed back for the tenth time.

PWInsider has reported that the trial for former TNA star Rhaka Khan – real name Trenesha Daniyall Biggers – has been delayed for a tenth time according to court records. The trial is a result of charges relating to interference with child custody and “aggravated kidnapping facilitate.”

The last date originally set for the trial was the 14th of November but instead, it will now begin on the 5th of December with a pre-trial hearing on the 21st of November.

The charges date back to August 2019 and after Biggers failed to attend court she was listed as one of El Paso’s most wanted. Two no-shows for court appearances led to the former TNA star having her bail revoked and she finally faced court in December 2019.

COVID caused a backlog of cases in the court system which resulted in several postponements. In August 2022, Biggers attorney asked to be excused from the case with a public defender taking over.

Rhaka Khan stepped away from wrestling in 2011 after last competing for Lucha Libre USA where she competed at Tigresa Caliente. She is best known for her time in TNA between 2008 and 2009 where she was part of Awesome Kong’s Kongtourage along with Raisha Saeed and Sojournor Bolt.