celebritiesAbout four months ago, Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of legendary singer Elvis, died. Since then, her relatives – her daughter Riley Keough (33) and her mother Priscilla Presley (77) – have been fighting over her inheritance. But that battle is now over, according to People.
In a statement to People, Priscilla Presley said her family is “stronger than ever.” Four months after the death of Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla and her granddaughter, Riley Keough, reached a settlement to settle her inheritance. Official documents showed that Lisa Marie made her daughter Riley heir and removed Priscilla from her will. Not only will Riley control the estate of Lisa Marie, but she will also control the keys to Graceland.
Priscilla objected, and formally contested her late daughter’s will. According to her, the date on the document was suspicious, her name was misspelled and Lisa Marie’s signature also looked “different than usual”. But the two women have now come to terms. “My family resolved any ambiguity regarding the court petition and request for interpretation of documents following the sudden death of my daughter, Lisa Marie,” Priscilla said. “While some media outlets have identified this as a court case, I want to make it clear that no lawsuit has ever been filed against my beloved granddaughter.”
“As a family, we’re glad we solved this together,” he continues. “My family and I hope everyone gives us the privacy we need to properly grieve Lisa Marie and spend some personal time together. We love and appreciate you all and the Presley family is stronger than ever.”
Two months after her death: Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough still disagree over Lisa Marie’s legacy
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