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Priscilla Presley Will ‘Continue’ to Honor Elvis and Lisa Marie’s Legacies Amid Trust Battle

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Less than one week after Priscilla Presley challenged the last will of daughter Lisa Marie Presley, she has seemingly denied any bad blood between family members.“I loved Elvis very much as he loved me.

Lisa is a result of our love,” the Dallas alum, 77, told E! News in a Friday, February 3, statement, referring to her ex-husband, who died in August 1977, and their daughter, who died last month. “For anyone to think anything differently would be a travesty of the family legacy and would be disrespectful of what Elvis left behind in his life.”Priscilla’s statement seemingly responds to the criticism she received after publicly challenging Lisa Marie’s trust.

Us Weekly previously confirmed on January 27 that the Elvis Presley Enterprises cofounder filed court documents in the Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging that a 2016 amendment to her daughter’s will featured an invalid signature.According to the court documents, Priscilla claimed that she and the late “Storm & Grace” singer’s former business manager Barry Siegel were the initial trustees before a late addition removed their names in favor of her eldest children Riley Keough and Benjamin Keough. (Lisa Marie shared Riley, 33, and Benjamin, who died in 2020, with first ex-husband Danny Keough.)As the will currently stands, the Zola actress is the sole trustee of Lisa Marie’s estate since her brother died by suicide in July 2020.

Priscilla, however, claimed the portion of the document that allowed for the change has issues regarding the “authenticity and validity” of Lisa Marie’s signature, believing that her penmanship was forged and did not match her usual style.In her Thursday statement, the New York native urged the public to “ignore ‘the noise’” surrounding the

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