Elvis Presley’s Granddaughter Files Lawsuit Claiming Graceland Auction Is “Fraudulent”

Elvis Presley’s granddaughter Riley Keough is currently fighting to stop the court-approved sale of Graceland. She’s the daughter of his only child, Lisa Marie. She is became the owner of the  13.8 acre estate in Memphis, Tennessee, known as Graceland after her Mother’s death.

This case goes back to 2018, when a deed of trust was allegedly signed by Lisa Marie and secured a $3.8million loan from Naussany Investments and Private Lending LLC in Missouri. The company claims that Graceland was allegedly used as collateral in the loan which they claim was allegedly never paid back. In a article on nme.com, Keough claims that the creditor – identified in a public notice of sale as Naussany Investments and Private Lending LLC – doesn’t exist, and the loan’s notary public never notarised it. Presley’s name is also trending in the news because his estate recently issued a cease-and-desist letter to various chapels in Las Vegas ordering that Elvis impersonators cease the impersonation or leave the chapel. In their letter, they assert that Elvis’ names and titles, “Elvis,” “Elvis Pressley” and “The King of Rock and Roll,” are all trademarks of the group.

As for the hearing for his granddaughter’s claim it’s scheduled to take place May 22, as per court documents/

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