Former TNA/Impact Wrestling Superstar Rhaka Khan’s trial on charges of interference with child custody and aggravated kidnapping to facilitate is looking likely to be delayed yet again. Khan, real name Trenesha Biggers, is set for a motion hearing regarding the trial, meaning that the planned start date of September 24th is looking very unlikely.
The trial has already been delayed on multiple occasions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Khan was charged in August of 2019, before being placed on a most wanted fugitives list for El Paso shortly after, when she failed to appear in court. She was eventually brought into court in December of that year. Her charge of interference with child custody is a state felony that can be punishable by up to two years in prison.
Khan has also previously accused her ex-husband of falsely accusing her of the accusations, also stating that he “beat her unconscious”. She promised at the time that “the truth would get out” regarding the accusations.