Riley Keough Attempts to Save Graceland From Being Sold

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Riley Keough Attempts to Save Graceland , From Being Sold.
Keough, the granddaughter of Elvis Presley, has
filed a legal complaint against Naussany Investments & Private Lending, 'The Guardian' reports.
The complaint alleges that the private investment firm is attempting a "non-judicial" sale of Graceland.
In Sept. 2023, the firm filed a lawsuit against the estate of Keough's mother, Lisa Marie Presley.
Lisa Marie, who died in January
of that year, allegedly owed the firm
$3.8 million and used Graceland as collateral.
However, Keough says that
Naussany's claims are "fraudulent." .
Lisa Marie Presley never borrowed money
from Naussany Investments and never gave
a deed of trust to Naussany Investments, Riley Keough, via complaint.
Keough goes on to say that the documents "purporting to evidence such a loan … are forgeries.".
A public notice was posted on May 19 indicating that
Graceland will be auctioned in Memphis on May 23.
A public notice was posted on May 19 indicating that
Graceland will be auctioned in Memphis on May 23.
Keough's complaint prompted a judge
to file a temporary restraining order.
A hearing will take place on May 22