Elvis Presley Granddaughter Riley Keough in Graceland Battle


Elvis Presley’s granddaughter Riley Keough is taking authorized motion in opposition to an organization that marketed a public public sale for Presley’s famed property — alleging that the paperwork the corporate used to justify the sale are forgeries.

Keough, now the proprietor of the 13.8-acre Graceland property, filed a 61-page lawsuit final week in opposition to Naussany Investments & Non-public Lending over the tried public public sale of the historic property, the place a number of of her members of the family are buried.

Elvis Presley on the grounds of his Graceland property in 1957. Photograph by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Photographs

The submitting particulars that eight months after Keough’s mom, Lisa Marie Presley, handed away in January 2023, Naussany got here ahead with paperwork claiming Lisa Marie had borrowed $3.8 million from them in 2018 and used Graceland as collateral.

“These paperwork are forgeries,” Keough asserts within the submitting.

Riley Keough. Photograph by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

Keough identified that one of many paperwork used language that went into impact two years after Presley supposedly signed it.

The notary listed on the doc additionally confirmed that she didn’t notarize the doc or had ever met Presley, per the submitting.

Keough additional alleges that “on info and perception,” Naussany is just not an actual firm however “seems to be a false entity.”

Kurt Naussany, named within the submitting because the individual appearing on behalf of the corporate, advised NBC Information on Tuesday that he left the agency in 2015 and shouldn’t be named within the authorized doc. Based on Keough’s submitting, somebody beneath the identify of Kurt Naussany despatched her authorized counsel a number of emails asking to gather the claimed $3.8 million debt or threat a sale of Graceland.

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The corporate has posted a number of public notices of the foreclosures sale this month and scheduled the public sale for Thursday morning, on the entrance of the Shelby County Courthouse in Memphis.

After Keough’s request for a short lived restraining order, a Memphis decide froze the scheduled public sale. An injunction listening to is scheduled for Wednesday.