Tennessee Attorney General Investigates Graceland Foreclosure Attempt

Tennessee’s highest-ranking law enforcement officer is taking action on behalf of the iconic musician, Elvis Presley. He is launching an official investigation into the allegations of misconduct against the lending company that tried to initiate foreclosure proceedings on Elvis Presley’s estate.

TN Attorney General, Jonathan Skrmetti, made an announcement on Thursday stating that his office is currently conducting an investigation into Naussany Investments and Private Lending, LLC. This is the same company that initiated the process of auctioning off Graceland, the iconic estate of Elvis Presley. However, the investigation gained momentum when Riley Keough, Elvis’ granddaughter, accused the company of engaging in fraudulent activities.


Skrmetti stated that he has instructed his lawyers to investigate the situation, uncover any potential wrongdoing, and find ways to safeguard both the heirs of Elvis Presley and others who might face similar threats.

According to Naussany, Lisa Marie Presley allegedly took a loan of $3.8 million but never repaid it before her death. It is further claimed that she used Graceland as collateral for the loan.

Riley claimed in court that her mother’s signatures on the loan paperwork were forged, and Priscilla Presley supported her, dismissing the allegations as a “scam” (X).

The auction that was supposed to take place on Wednesday was halted by a judge who issued an order to suspend the sale. However, in a surprising turn of events, Naussany suddenly and mysteriously withdrew its claim on Graceland.


The state appears to be prepared to take decisive action against the LLC if necessary, pursuing the truth with relentless determination akin to a hound dog tirelessly chasing after a car.

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