Trenesha Biggers, a former wrestler for TNA and WWE who competed under the ring name Rhaka Khan, recently submitted the court paperwork required to proceed with a $3 billion lawsuit that names Dwayne Johnson as one of the defendants in an alleged kidnapping, which Inside the Magic previously covered. Biggers asserts that in 2008, Johnson and Dany Garcia, a business associate, plotted to kidnap her and her children.
Biggers claims that Johnson and ex-wife Danny Garcia dispatched three men to forcibly evict her from her Tampa, Florida, home. She alleges that while imprisoned in a hotel in Miami, Florida, she was subjected to physical and mental assault. She claims that if she disobeyed Garcia and Johnson’s requests, they would hurt her. Other parties named as defendants in the lawsuit include the State of Texas, the El Paso Child Protective Services, the Las Cruces, New Mexico Police Department, the New York Police Department, the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, the New York ACS, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., the Shirley Police Department, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Suffolk County NY, Bank of America, Home Depot, and even the FBI.
The latest development is that Johnson and Garcia’s council issued a statement in which they “categorically deny any involvement in the alleged incident,” adding that they “look forward to clearing their names in court.”
Readers were informed in a different report that these are only allegations and that nothing has been proven legally, according to Disney Dining.
“Dwayne Johnson is the subject of serious allegations that demand an in-depth examination. It’s critical to bear in mind that these are only allegations, and both parties have the opportunity to provide evidence in support of their positions in a court of law. It’s crucial that we keep working toward justice and accountability even when the truth might not come to light right away.
After taking Johnny Depp’s place in the franchise, The Rock was said to have been fired from the future “Pirates of the Caribbean” film. Johnson is apparently no longer associated with Disney as of May 2023, and he is no longer involved in any current or upcoming Disney projects.
It is not yet known, though, whether Dwayne’s exclusion from Disney projects is a result of the case. Johnson has worked well with Disney throughout the years. taking part in a variety of projects that appeal to a broad audience. The Jumanji series, The Jungle Cruise, the animated film “Moana,” and other Disney projects are just a few of his significant ventures.
No more statements have been made at this time, and a court date hasn’t been set yet. We probably won’t hear any further updates as legal advisers start preparing their cases until the complaint is heard in court or is resolved out of court.