Lisa Marie’s will is being resisted by Pricilla Presley, who then turns Riley Keough over to Graceland’s care. The late singer’s estate, Priscilla Presley’s legal dispute receives input from Lisa Marie Presley’s friends. Elvis Presley Enterprises reportedly decided not to renew Priscilla’s contract in 2020, despite the longtime trustee of the late singer’s estate earning $900,000 annually, according to a friend of the late singer.
Lisa would be furious, said a friend of Lisa Marie’s who had known her for almost ten years. “Priscilla’s actions would make her very angry. Riley is a fantastic trustee, and Lisa’s young girls are well taken care of by her. “.
Lisa Marie and Priscilla reportedly did not want to sit next to one another at the Golden Globes, which took place earlier in January 2023. Lisa was not interested in interacting with her mother. She had been estranged from Priscilla for the previous seven or eight years. They only conversed when they had no other option, according to the friend.
“The Hollywood Foreign Press Association forced them to sit together at the Golden Awards… Lisa didn’t even go with Priscilla; Jerry Schilling [a longtime Elvis friend] was her chaperone. According to a source, Riley thinks Priscilla’s challenge to the late Lisa Marie will be against “her mom’s intentions. “Riley wants to keep the family together and uphold Lisa Marie’s legacy, but she thinks her grandmother’s actions are further dividing the family, the source said.
Graceland, the former home of Lisa Marie’s father, Elvis Presley, will be given to Riley, 33, and her twin daughters Harper and Finley, 14, after Lisa Marie’s death on January 12, 2023, according to her rep. In January, Priscilla’s lawyers filed a petition in Los Angeles contesting the “authenticity and legitimacy” of a 2016 modification to Lisa Marie’s trust that removed Priscilla as a co-trustee and replaced her with Keough.