The Rock Cleared: $3 Billion Kidnapping Lawsuit Against Dwayne Johnson Dismissed

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has emerged victorious from a bizarre legal saga, as a $3 billion lawsuit accusing him of kidnapping and conspiracy has been officially dismissed by the court. The suit, filed in October 2023 by Trenesha Biggers, a former wrestler known as Rhaka Khan, made sensational claims that Johnson, his ex-wife Dany Garcia, and a slew of celebrities and organizations had orchestrated her abduction and that of her children.

dwayne johnson kidnapping scandal Among the high-profile names named in the lawsuit were Michael Jordan, the FBI, the late Chris Benoit, Home Depot, and even the New York Police Department. Biggers alleged a complex web of manipulation and coercion, but provided no concrete evidence to support her claims.

The suit was swiftly met with skepticism and disbelief. Johnson and his co-defendants vehemently denied any involvement, calling the accusations “utterly baseless and malicious.” Their legal teams swiftly moved to have the case dismissed.

On June 23, 2023, Judge Laura Taylor Swain granted their motion, ruling that Biggers’ “fantastical and uncredible” claims lacked any legal merit. The judge further noted that Biggers had a history of making outlandish accusations against public figures and had faced legal trouble in the past.

“The court finds that the plaintiff’s allegations are not only unsupported by any evidence, but defy basic logic and reason,” Judge Swain wrote in her dismissal order. “The sheer volume and absurdity of the named defendants, ranging from celebrities to corporations and government agencies, further undermines the credibility of the case.”

The dismissal of the lawsuit marks a significant victory for Johnson, putting an end to a tumultuous period that threatened to tarnish his public image. In a statement following the court’s decision, Johnson expressed his relief and gratitude.

“This has been a deeply painful and disturbing experience,” Johnson said. “I’m grateful to the court for seeing through these false and outlandish claims, and I’m thankful for the unwavering support of my family, friends, and fans during this difficult time.”

Biggers has yet to publicly comment on the dismissal of the lawsuit. However, she has a right to appeal the judge’s decision, although legal experts believe this is unlikely to be successful.

The $3 billion kidnapping scandal may be over, but its bizarre nature and the involvement of a major Hollywood star are sure to remain a footnote in Dwayne Johnson’s remarkable career.

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