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Dwayne Johnson's $3 Billion Kidnapping Lawsuit: A Closer Look at the Legal Drama



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Aug 7, 2023
Last June 2023, a $3 billion kidnapping lawsuit received by Dwayne Johnson took the entertainment industry by storm. It was a high-profile case that garnered much attention from the media and the public. The $3 billion claim was one of the most significant lawsuits ever against a celebrity. Though the court has already dismissed the case, it could have harmed Johnson's reputation.

If the court found him liable, it could have ordered him to pay significant damages. This huge amount could affect his ability to produce and star in films and television shows in the future.

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"The Rock" Dwayne Johnson is among Hollywood's most prominent and well-known actors. He began his professional wrestling career. From 1996 to 2004, he wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE). Johnson emerged from his tenure in the WWF as one of history's most renowned and prosperous wrestlers.

In 2001, Johnson began his acting career. He has starred in numerous blockbuster films, including the Fast and Furious franchise, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, and Moana. He has also consistently ranked as one of the highest-paid actors in the world.

Throughout his career, Johnson experienced challenges to his career one after the other.
However, the most notable challenge he faced was a lawsuit filed by Trenesha Biggers filed a lawsuit against Dwayne Johnson and several other defendants, alleging that they conspired to kidnap her and her children.

The $3 billion kidnapping lawsuit included Johnson's business partner, Dany Garcia, the FBI, the NYPD, the Las Cruces Police Department, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and more. Even Victoria's Secret and Home Depot belonged to the 50-page lawsuit.

The Allegations​

According to the lawsuit, Johnson and Garcia allegedly financed the forced eviction of Biggers from her Tampa Bay residence by three men. Biggers asserted that they transported her to a hotel in Miami, where she endured physical and emotional assault.

Biggers and Johnson have no apparent affiliations with each other. The actor remained silent at first regarding the allegations. But as time progressed and the allegations intensified, Johnson eventually spoke out.

Although the precise role of Dwayne Johnson in this situation remains unclear to many, it appears that the court singled out the list of defendants without sufficient justification. The case proceeded to court despite the impossibility of such organizations, businesses, celebrities, etc., conspiring to abduct Biggers and her children.

Johnson has denied all of the allegations in Biggers' lawsuit. He has argued that the lawsuit is frivolous and wastes the court's time. The actor has also filed counterclaims against the plaintiff.

Legal Proceedings​

Trenesha Biggers had her $3 billion lawsuit against Dwayne Johnson and multiple other defendants heard in the United States District Court. It is a federal court, meaning federal law applies to this case.

The legal process in federal court is typically longer and more complex than in state court. Federal courts have more cases, and federal law is more complex than state law.

Biggers filed the lawsuit Back in October 2022. Earlier this year, a judge pursued the lawsuit to proceed. However, the court did not set any dates for court rulings to serve the defendants.

To dismiss the case, it states, "The Court must dismiss an IFP complaint or portion thereof, that is frivolous or malicious, fails to state a claim on granting a relief, or seeks monetary relief from a defendant who is immune from such relief." As a result, the United States District Court Judge Laura Taylor Swain dismissed the case in June 2023.

Evidence and Witnesses​

No evidence or witnesses have conclusively proven the allegations in the lawsuit against Dwayne Johnson by Trenesha Biggers. Should there be one, it is also possible that the evidence will not be sufficient to convince a jury to find Johnson guilty. People found the lawsuit funny since the defendant list included Chris Benoit, who had been dead for years.

Following Rule 8 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a complaint must contain a concise, unambiguous declaration establishing the pleader's right to relief. A complaint containing sufficient factual allegations to establish the claim's plausibility is considered a claim for relief.

However, it does not show whether Biggers intends to file any legal claims concerning an arrest or whether her challenge is limited to the decision regarding returning her children to their biological father after detention.

Furthermore, there were no statements on whether she contests any ruling concerning her parental rights and, if so, what the status of those rights would be. Thus, per Rule 8, the complaint fails to meet the requirements as the plaintiff fails to present a concise, unambiguous declaration asserting her right to relief.

Legal Strategies​

Dwayne Johnson's legal strategy in Trenesha Biggers' $3 billion lawsuit has been denying all allegations and attacking Biggers's credibility. She has not presented evidence to support her allegations or convince the jury that Johnson and the other defendants conspired to kidnap her and her children.
The court permitted Biggers to file an amended complaint in which she asserts any claims originating in New York County by providing factual evidence. This District is not an appropriate venue according to Section 1391(b)(1) because Biggers names several defendants who are not citizens of New York State.

Biggers filed lawsuits against hundreds of defendants, against the vast majority of whom she does not assert any claims. As previously mentioned, Rule 8 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is not adhered to in the complaint because Biggers fails to present a concise and unambiguous statement establishing her right to relief against the named defendants.

Damages and Financial Implications​

The damages sought by Biggers fall into two distinct categories. The purpose of punitive damages is to penalize the defendant for their wrongdoing and to discourage others from participating in comparable behavior. The court customarily grants punitive damages when the defendant's actions are especially egregious or malevolent.

The purpose of compensatory damages is to restore the plaintiff to full financial standing by addressing the losses incurred due to the defendant's actions. Compensatory damages may include non-economic and economic losses, pain, suffering, and lost income.

Since Biggers was successful in her lawsuit, it is unlikely that she will have the total amount of her claim. On the other hand, the huge damages could significantly impact Johnson's finances. A large award of damages could have forced Johnson to sell assets or to reduce his spending.

Media Coverage​

Major news outlets such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Associated Press covered the lawsuit. Since Dwayne Johnson is one of the biggest stars today, it's no surprise that entertainment industry publications such as Variety and The Hollywood Reporter also covered the lawsuit.

The lawsuit is a high-profile case that has garnered much attention from the public. Because of this, the media has reported on the allegations made in the lawsuit and Johnson's denials. The media has also interviewed legal experts for their opinions on the case.

The media coverage has helped raise awareness of the allegations against Johnson and the case's potential impact. It informed the public about the legal process and the rights of both parties in the case.

Public Response​

Some have voiced their support for Johnson and the other defendants. They consider the complaint to be without merit. Johnson has maintained the support of his fans throughout. People contend that this may be an attempt to extort money or damage the reputation of a prominent celebrity.

Numerous enthusiasts have criticized the lawsuit and shared their conviction of Johnson's innocence on social media.

On Twitter and Instagram, individuals have shared their thoughts regarding the case. They voiced their conviction regarding Johnson's innocence and condemned the lawsuit, particularly Biggers.

Biggers is one of El Paso's most sought-after fugitives and has a history of criminal charges. This state made Biggers an unreliable complainant.

The Future of Dwayne Johnson's Career​

No substantive evidence supports the claim that the $3 billion kidnapping lawsuit has significantly impacted Johnson's career. The actor maintains a devoted fan base amid his ongoing work on numerous projects, including forthcoming films.

Reports have said that Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger has removed him from his role as Captain Jack Sparrow from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean. However, he did not disclose whether it was because of the $3 billion lawsuit filed against him.

Legal Precedents and Implications​

The case's outcome could significantly impact the entertainment industry and the rights of celebrities and individuals. The Supreme Court held that public figures cannot sue for defamation unless they prove that the defendant acted maliciously.

One similar case to Johnson's lawsuit was the case of Bette Midler v. New York Magazine, which involved a magazine article that published false statements about a celebrity. In that case, the jury awarded Midler $600,000 in damages, finding that the magazine had defamed her.

This case suggests that celebrities can win significant awards for damages in lawsuits involving privacy invasion, defamation, loss of income, and emotional distress claims.


The case filed by Trenesha Biggers for $3 billion against Dwayne Johnson was a high-profile case involving a major celebrity. Apart from Johnson, there were also companies involved in the defendants list.

The allegations are serious and could significantly impact Johnson's career and the entertainment industry. The entertainment industry and the public have closely watched the lawsuit progress. Ultimately, the court dismissed the case, and Biggers did not receive any claims after.

Frequently Asked Questions​

What was Dwayne Johnson's response to the $3 billion lawsuit?

Dwayne Johnson has denied all allegations in Trenesha Biggers' $3 billion lawsuit. He has called the lawsuit "frivolous" and accused Biggers of trying to extort all defendants' money.

Could this lawsuit impact Dwayne Johnson's career in Hollywood?

The lawsuit could harm Johnson's career. If he is found liable in the lawsuit, it could damage his reputation and make it more difficult for him to get cast in new roles and to negotiate favorable contracts.

Who sued Dwayne Johnson for $3 billion, and why?

Trenesha Biggers sued Dwayne Johnson for $3 billion for alleged conspiracy to kidnap her and her children. Biggers claims that Johnson and several other defendants conspired to kidnap her and her children. She also said that Johnson paid men to abuse her physically.
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