Elvis' Granddaughter Riley Keough Calls Graceland Foreclosure Sale Attempt 'Fraudulent' in Court Docs

The actress and heir to the famed property is attempting to block the sale of Graceland

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Riley Keough; Graceland

Riley Keough, Elvis Presley’s granddaughter and the heir to Graceland, is calling a foreclosure sale of the famed property “fraudulent" in a recently filed complaint.

The 34-year-old is the trustee of the Promenade Trust, and is seeking to block Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC from selling Presley's iconic Memphis home in a non-judicial sale scheduled for Thursday, May 23. Keough also claims in the complaint that the LLC may not even be "a real entity."

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Keough's 60-page lawsuit obtained by PEOPLE on Monday, May 20 was filed in response to Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC claiming that her late mother, Lisa Marie Presley, borrowed $3.8 million and gave them a deed of trust encumbering Graceland as security before her 2023 death

Keough alleges that “the note and deed of trust are fraudulent and unenforceable.”

“The purported note and deed of trust are products of fraud and those individuals who were involved in the creation of such documents are believed to be guilty of the crime of forgery,” Keough alleges in the suit.

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Riley Keough; Graceland

She is asking that the court grant a restraining order against Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC, “or any party acting in concert” with them “from conducting any non-judicial sale of the property.”

"On information and belief, Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC is not a real entity. Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC appears to be a false entity created for the purpose of defrauding the Promenade Trust (the trust of Keough and formerly of Lisa Marie Presley), the heirs of Lisa Marie Presley, or any purchaser of Graceland at a non-judicial sale," Keough's complaint also states.

<p>Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images</p> Riley Keough, October 2023

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Riley Keough, October 2023

PEOPLE reached out to Keough's lawyers, who declined to comment before their scheduled court date on Wednesday, May 22.

PEOPLE also reached out to Naussany Investments but did not immediately hear back.

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<p>Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images</p> Riley Keough, January 2024

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Riley Keough, January 2024

In the lawsuit, Keough included documentation of the alleged loan to her late mother as well as the deed of trust. Keough’s legal counsel claims that Presley's signature was forged on those documents.

Additionally, the lawsuit states that the notary who supposedly witnessed Presley sign the deed, had actually never met her.

Priscilla Presley herself weighed in on the matter Monday night, posting a photo of Graceland on her Instagram and declaring "it's a scam" in big bold red letters.

In a statement to PEOPLE, Elvis Presley Enterprises agreed with Keough's claims of fraud.

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