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Riley Keough fights off foreclosure and auction of her grandfather Elvis’ Graceland

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Riley Keough, Elvis Presley’s granddaughter, is suing to stop a foreclosure sale of his famed Graceland mansion.
Elvis Presley’s granddaughter is suing an investment and lending company to halt a foreclosure sale of the late singer’s famed Graceland mansion.
Actress Riley Keough, who inherited the Memphis property after the death last year of her mother, Lisa Marie Presley, and a settlement with grandmother Priscilla Presley, obtained a temporary restraining order against a sale of Graceland by Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC. The sale was initially scheduled for May 23, according to CNN.
Keough’s lawsuit, which was reviewed by The Times, claims that the company presented documents “purporting to show that Lisa Marie Presley had borrowed $3.8 million from Naussany Investments and gave a deed of trust encumbering Graceland as security.”
Keough denied that her mother had any involvement with Naussany Investments, claiming that the documents were “fraudulent” and possibly forged.
Florida notary Kimberly L. Philbrick, whose signature appears on the alleged agreement between Lisa Marie Presley and Naussany Investments, claimed in an affidavit that she did not notarize the documents.

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