The Rock, The Miz & Chris Benoit Among Those Named In Bizarre Lawsuit

The Rock Dwayne Johnson

A strange lawsuit has been filed that accuses celebrities like The Rock, Billy Corgan, Michael Jordan and the late Chris Benoit for conspiring to kidnap the plaintiff.

A former TNA wrestler that had the character name Rhaka Khan is attempting to sue many notable names in pro wrestling like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, The Miz & Maryse, Billy Corgan, Jim Cornette, and even Basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan as well.

The lawsuit by Trenesha Biggers (Rhaka Khan) claims that the defendants “conspired to kidnap plaintiff and her children” and she’s seeking $3 billion.

According to PWInsider, the bizarre lawsuit was originally filed in October 2022, there was no movement for months and new court records show that Biggers has been granted authorization to move forward due to pre-paying court fees.

In addition to that, PWInsider also mentioned that Biggers has a Bench Warrant out after not appearing for a trial in December 2022. She was facing charges of interference with child custody and “aggravated kidnapping facilitate.”

It was also noted that in 2019, Biggers was listed as one of El Paso’s Most Wanted Fugitives.

The following, among others, were listed as defendants in this lawsuit.

The State of Texas

The El Paso Child Protective Services


The Las Cruces, New Mexico Police Department


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

The Miz & Maryse

Heath Miller (Heath Slater)

Nikki Garcia (Nikki Bella)

Chris Benoit – He has been dead since 2007.

Mark Jindrak

Panda Energy

Home Depot

Florida Championship Wrestling

Steve Keirn

The National Wrestling Alliance

Billy Corgan

Deep South Wrestling

Bank of America

Michael Jordan

“Several Universities”

Jim Cornette

Mick Foley

Con Edison

“Countless others”

None of the defendants in this case have officially been served as of April 20th.

Jim Cornette decided to have fun with this by reacting to his name being named in the case by talking about it on his podcast.