The Presley family conflict appears to be heating up. According to RadarOnline.com, Priscilla Presley, the ex-wife of rock legend Elvis Presley, has been “shut out” by her granddaughter Riley Keough after opposing an amendment to her late daughter Lisa Marie’s will.
According to insiders, Priscilla has been barred from the lucrative estate. Keough is believed to have visited Memphis to “change the locks on the upper doors and archives.”
“Previously, the only keys were held by Graceland archives director Angie Marchese, Priscilla, and Lisa Marie. As a result, Priscilla is now locked out — and she’s enraged!”
RadarOnline.com has reached out to Priscilla and Riley’s representatives for comment.
After the memorial for Elvis’ only child, Priscilla’s lawyers filed a petition disputing the “authenticity and legitimacy” of a 2016 addition to Lisa Marie’s living trust, which included the Graceland mansion and a 15% share in Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE).
The change removed Priscilla and Lisa Marie’s previous business manager Barry Siegel as cotrustees. It transferred the rights to Keough and Lisa Marie’s late son, Benjamin, who committed suicide in 2020, and both of Lisa Marie’s children with Danny Keough.
Priscilla contested the declaration’s legality, alleging Lisa Marie’s handwriting on the document “appears inconsistent with her daughter’s usual and customary signature,” as well as the fact that Lisa Marie’s name is misspelled and the document was never notarized or handed to her as needed.