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By Mike Johnson on 2021-10-16 00:31:00

Court records indicate that the bench warrant issued former WWE developmental and Impact Wrestling star Trenesha Daniyall Biggers aka Rhaka Khan last month in advance of the scheduled start of her trial before the 409th District Court in El Paso, Texas has been rescinded.  Records indicate that Biggers posted a Personal Recognizance Bond on 10/15, the same day the warrant was rescinded.  Biggers had been issued a DCLK Warrant aka a bench warrant, which can be issued by a judge or court, usually when a defendant fails to appear at a scheduled court hearing.

As previously reported, Biggers is facing charges of interference with child custody and "aggravated kidnapping facilitate."

The trial has been pushed back six times due to the slowdown in the court system brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.     Currently there is a status conference on the case scheduled for 10/22 followed by a Judge's conference on 11/8.

Biggers was indicted on the charges in August 2019, leading to her being listed as one of El Paso’s most wanted fugitives after failing to appear in court. There are two court instances where her no-shows led to her bail being revoked. She was finally arraigned in December 2019.   Biggers is being represented by a public defender.

In the State of Texas, interference with child custody is when someone "takes or retains a child when that person knows that the taking or detention of the child violates a judgment or order."  It is considered a state jail felony and can be punishable by up to two years in prison.   

Biggers last wrestled in 2011 for the now-defunct Lucha Libre USA promotion, which aired on MTV.  Biggers was part of the 2005 WWE Diva Search and was signed to a developemental contract after failing to make it past the top 25 contestants in the search.  She was sent to Deep South Wrestling but was released in May 2006.  She worked for a number of independent promotions and in Japan before signing with Impact Wrestling in 2008, departing that promotion in 2009.  She worked for Lucha Libre USA in 2010 and 2011.

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