Whereas Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough got here to a settlement of their authorized battle over late Lisa Marie Presley’s property, it appears that there’s nonetheless some unhealthy blood between the 2.
In accordance with sources cited by TMZ on Thursday, Might 18th, 2023, the ex-wife of Elvis Presley had requested to be buried subsequent to the King of Rock and Roll at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee.
Nevertheless, the request denied because it was a non-starter and Priscilla backed down from her request with out a lot dialogue.
Nevertheless, now, an insider revealed to Girl’s Day journal, that the Daisy Jones & the Six actress, 34, was the one behind denying the request,
“Phrase is Riley was the one who tried to dam Priscilla’s graveyard plans to shuffle round Elvis and her mum’s grave,” the insider revealed.
A number of members of the Presley household are buried on the former house of the King of Rock and Roll in Memphis, Tennessee, together with his mother and father Gladys and Vernon.
His daughter Lisa Marie was additionally buried there after her demise this yr beside her son Benjamin Keough, who died in 2020 aged 27 by suicide.
Furthermore, the insider added that each one isn’t seemingly effectively between the 2. “Priscilla can play comfortable households all she likes, however she’s not going to manage Riley.”
The authorized dispute got here simply two weeks after the sudden passing of Lisa Marie in January, 2023, Priscilla had filed a petition difficult the 2016 modification in her late daughter’s will that left Riley Keough in-charge. Furthermore, she claimed the desire ousted her and enterprise supervisor Barry Siegel as trustees, which was not professional.
Nevertheless, the months-long battle got here to a resolve. Within the ultimate settlement, Riley, Lisa Marie’s eldest daughter, is the official beneficiary of the late musician’s belief. Whereas the small print of the settlement weren’t disclosed in court docket — and each events plan to file a movement to seal the settlement — TMZ reported that Priscilla was awarded “hundreds of thousands.”