Priscilla Presley Is Contesting An Amendment Made To A Trust For Lisa Marie Presley’s Kids Following A Big Life Insurance Payout
As we know, the last few years of Lisa Marie Presley‘s life were marked by tragedy and struggle. Right up to the bitter end and, apparently, beyond. Even though she had cause for celebration earlier this month following the success of Baz Luhman’s Elvis at the Golden Globes, that celebration was cut short two days later when she died unexpectedly following a cardiac event. Now, even in death, it seems the ghosts of her past are determined to fuck with her in the afterlife by pitting her mother, Priscilla Presley, and her daughter Riley Keough, against each other for control of a soon-be-be flush trust fund set up for her now 14-year-old twin daughters back in 2010, thanks to a pair of life insurance policies. TMZ reports that Priscilla is contesting a possible “fraudulent” 2016 amendment to the trust, which names Riley (as well as her brother Benjamin Keough who sadly died by suicide in 2020) as trustees, overriding the initial trustees, Priscilla and Barry Sigel. Barry was Lisa Marie’s former business manager, who she sued in 2018 for allegedly mismanaging her funds and causing her to be $16 million in debt.
Why do I get the feeling that Austin Butler just miraculously started talking like Jeff Spicoli again? TMZ reports: