Double Elvis Celebration: Stop the Forced Sale of Graceland

Double Elvis Celebration: Stop the Forced Sale of Graceland

Saved: A judge halted the foreclosure on Graceland after the claim was found to be nothing more than a scam. Photo: Tannen Morey/EPA/NTB

On Saturday, Elvis's ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, celebrated her 79th birthday with her granddaughter, Riley Keough. Not only that: Keough has now also managed to stop the forced sale of Graceland.

He writes TMZ Sunday.

“I'm so happy I can cry,” Priscilla Presley said, according to TMZ.

Elvis Presley's grandson, Riley Keough, is the owner of the property and has been trying for the past week to stop the forced sale.

Birthday Celebration: Priscilla Presley celebrated her 79th birthday on Saturday, happy to save Graceland. Photograph: Nicky Portman/Reuters/NTB

— she finally made it, TMZ wrote.

The background is that Presley's late daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, was said to have in 2018 taken out a loan of just under NOK 40 million guaranteed by Graceland. The lender claimed the loan was not repaid until her death in January 2023.

He fought and won: Riley Keough was able to stop the foreclosure of Graceland. The whole thing was just a scam. Photo: Matt Krusek/Pa Photos/NTB

This did not lead to anything right at all, and the judge stopped the forced sale last week. Now it turns out that Lisa Marie Presley never received a loan of 40 million Norwegian kroner. The so-called lender has withdrawn the claim, but the FBI has nonetheless opened an investigation into the matter.

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Ashura Okorie

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