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Why are Riley Keough and Priscilla Presley fighting over Lisa Marie's will? All we know about million-dollar legal battle
Lisa Marie Presley's sudden and tragic passing on January 12, her family members she left behind, including her eldest daughter Riley Keough and her mother, Priscilla Presley, have not only been mourning her, but they've also been embroiled in legal drama over the late singer's estate.The two women have been in a tense battle over Lisa Marie's will, especially over an amendment the star made to it in 2016 which made Riley, as opposed to Priscilla and Lisa Marie's former business manager Barry Siegel, the sole trustee.Priscilla and Barry had been co-trustees since 2010, but in 2016, they were removed in favor of Riley and her late brother Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide at age 27 in 2020.WATCH: Lisa Marie Presley's last on-screen interview with daughter RileyMORE: Priscilla Presley says Elvis Presley would say 'you are me' of Austin Butler's portrayal of himBeing that Lisa Marie is the only daughter of the late Elvis Presley, Graceland – the home the King of Rock bought in 1957 for $100,000 at age 22, and that today generates millions of dollars per year in revenue – is at stake.Also at risk, is a 15 percent stake in Elvis Presley Enterprises, which since 2016 was meant to go to Riley. This contributes to the millions of dollars the Presley estate generates each year.MORE: Riley Keough recalls her relationship with stepfather Michael Jackson: 'I loved him'Since 2013, Authentic Brands Group has owned the rights to Elvis, and though Lisa Marie remained owner of Graceland until her death, the deal called for new management of the property.
Priscilla Presley Makes First Red Carpet Appearance Since Daughter Lisa Marie's Death
Priscilla Presley made her first public appearance in nearly two months on Tuesday, when she came out to show her support for the animated Netflix series, .Priscilla walked the red carpet at the show's premiere, held at the Netflix Tudum Theater in Los Angeles, and posed for photos in front of posters for the series — which she co-created and lent her voice to.The appearance marked her first since the death of her daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, on January 12 — which came just two days after Priscilla and Lisa Marie both attended the 80th Golden Globe Awards.The show,, stars the vocal talent of Matthew McConaughey as the King of Rock and Roll, after he is recruited by a secret government agency to battle the forces of darkness converging on America.The comedy series also stars Kaitlin Olson, Don Cheadle, Johnny Knoxville, Tom Kenny, Jason Mantzoukas and Niecy Nash-Betts. Meanwhile, Priscilla voices a fictionalized version of herself.After the premiere, Priscilla joined fellow co-creator John Eddie and showrunner Mike Arnold for a Q&A, and explained that she wanted to do the show as a way of «introducing Elvis to the youth today, wondering why he was so famous and to see him as a hero,» per Priscilla's latest venture comes amid the battle over her late daughter, Lisa Marie Presley's, estate. Following Lisa Marie's death on Jan.
Watch Priscilla Presley Voice Herself in Trailer for Netflix's Animated 'Agent Elvis' Series
Priscilla Presley is promoting her latest project. On Wednesday, the 77-year-old ex-wife of the late Elvis Presley took to Twitter to share the first trailer for , Netflix's upcoming animated action-comedy series.Priscilla and John Eddie created the series, which follows Elvis as he's inducted into a secret government spy program, all while holding down his day job as the King of Rock 'n' Roll.Priscilla will voice herself in the project, while Matthew McConaughey will voice the role of Elvis in the show. Don Cheadle, Kaitlin Olson, Johnny Knoxville, Niecy Nash and Tom Kenny are also signed on to star.The trailer teases all the action to come, culminating with Priscilla's animated appearance, in which she asks Elvis, «It's groovy, don't you think?»«So excited for Agent Elvis to come out on March 17th on @netflix and so proud to be a part of this amazing cast!» Priscilla tweeted alongside the trailer.So excited for Agent Elvis to come out on March 17th on @netflix and so proud to be a part of this amazing cast!'s latest venture comes amid the battle over her late daughter, Lisa Marie Presley's, estate. Following Lisa Marie's death on Jan.
Riley Keough confesses to her emotional reaction to Austin Butler playing her grandfather: 'I was in tears for a week'
Austin Butler had some tough expectations to live up to when he signed on to portray Elvis Presley in the Baz Luhrmann biopic, not only from fans, but of course from Priscilla Presley and the rest of the singer's legacy, the late Lisa Marie Presley and Riley Keough.The actor has been widely lauded for this portrayal as the late King of Rock in the critically-acclaimed movie, earning both a Golden Globe win and an Oscar nomination, but most importantly, the approval from Elvis' family.As the Oscars approach, and so does a possible first-time win for the actor, Elvis' first granddaughter, Riley, revealed her tearful reaction to seeing her grandfather's life reenacted.WATCH: Austin Butler pays tribute Presley family following Lisa Marie death after BAFTA winMORE: Riley Keough reveals her husband Ben Smith-Petersen makes an appearance on Daisy Jones & the SixDuring a recent appearance on Live! With Kelly and Ryan, she opened up about how emotional she was, for a week, after seeing the film."I think he was outstanding and incredible," she first maintained about Austin's portrayal, adding: "I couldn't have imagined anyone being able to pull off what he did in terms of embodying my grandfather."MORE: See how Riley Keough paid homage to grandfather Elvis Presley on Daisy Jones and the SixRecalling how much of an impact it had on her, she said: "It was really shocking and emotional.