Former TNA Knockout Trenesha Sims (Trenesha Biggers, Trenesha Williams), known to fans as Rhaka Khan, is currently on the Crime Stoppers’ Most Wanted Fugitive List for El Paso, Texas.
The list notes that Sims is currently wanted on charges of interference with child custody. They listed the following for her:
Trenesha Sims, aka Trenesha Biggers or Trenesha Williams
Height: 6 feet
Weight: 160 pounds
Features: Black hair, brown eyes
Charge: Interference with child custody
The El Paso Police and Sheriff’s departments are asking citizens to call 915-566-8477 if they have any information on Sims. Callers may remain anonymous and cash rewards are possible.
Sims participated in the 2005 WWE Diva Search and made it to the top 25 before being eliminated. She was later signed to a developmental contract and trained under Marty Jannetty before being assigned to Deep South Wrestling. She was released from her WWE developmental deal in May 2006.
Sims worked the indies and Japan until making her TNA debut at Against All Odds in February 2008. She last wrestled for TNA in July 2009, and was then released on October 1, 2009. Sims then worked for more indie promotions and Lucha Libre USA until 2011, but has been away from the business for the most part ever since.
The former Rhaka Khan made headlines in 2017 when she called out WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle on Twitter, bringing up their controversial past relationship that ended in domestic abuse allegations. Angle and Sims dated in 2009 but the rocky relationship saw Sims take out an Order of Protection against Angle. That protection order was voluntarily withdrawn by Sims that same year, but she claimed in 2017 that Angle paid her money so she wouldn’t continue with the order and bring it in front of a judge.
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