It’s been more than a month since Lisa Marie Presley died in a hospital in Los Angeles, California. The 54-year-old singer had been transported there in a state of brain death following a cardiac arrest. The King’s daughter had passed away surrounded “by Priscilla, her mother, her ex-husbands Danny and Michael”, as explained by our colleagues from Paris-Match. After a particularly moving funeral, the Presley family is now torn around a will that we imagine all the more complex as Lisa Marie Presley leaves behind a mound of debts and other unpaid debts. Another legal battle is also being played out between Riley Keough and her grandmother Priscilla Presley who challenges the admissibility of her Lisa Marie’s will which mentions her granddaughter.
“Riley and Priscilla are not communicating at this time, but they have communicated through their attorneys. Priscilla is confident she has a valid case and will win her case in court, an anonymous source told the outlet. American Entertainment Tonight mentioned by our colleagues from the Daily Star. Riley must mourn his mother and is heartbroken to have to deal with a conflict of trust with a family member. One thing is certain: it is not Riley Keough that we will hear singing Love Me Tender to his grandmother. Don’t Be Cruel might be more appropriate for the occasion!
This cash revelation about Priscilla
“My wish is to protect my three grandchildren and to keep our family united”, certified Priscilla Presley in an exclusive interview granted to Page Six at the beginning of February. In this same media, a friend of his daughter said a few days earlier that the King’s wife was only motivated by the lure of gain. “[Lisa Marie Presley] no longer had any relationship with Priscilla, her ex-husband Michael Lockwood or her half-brother Navarone Garibaldi.” The inheritance disputed by Priscilla Presley would amount to more than 35 million dollars. Riley Keough is still going through “very tense and heartbreaking” weeks.
Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough © Agency