Elvis Presley granddaughter sues to stop Graceland foreclosure sale

Elvis Presley’s granddaughter continues to try to keep his father’s legendary Graceland estate in the King of Rock and Roll’s family.

In a lawsuit filed last week, Riley Keough asked a court in Shelby County, Tennessee, to stop what she called a fraudulent sale after a lender claimed the family did not have repaid a $3.8 million loan borrowed by Keough’s mother, Lisa Marie Presley.

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