Graceland in a foreclosure lawsuit

AlistarWills

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Crazy stuff. Some “company” claims Lisa Marie took a loan from them and used Graceland as collateral and hasn’t been paid back. CNN can’t find the company registered with the Missouri SoS, phone is disconnected. Lisa Marie’s daughter is fighting it. Claims of a faked notarized document (the notary says they never notarized anything for LMP).
How can Graceland be sold and effectively Elvis’ remains? Frankly, If I’m the granddaughter, and the foreclosure sale were to happen, I’d have to tell the court I’m taking Mama, Pawpaw, and whomever else is buried there with me.
 

Crimson1967

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Hard to believe at this point that this is anything more than a scam. I certainly hope for the sake of the family that this is the case.
I know there are scammers out there who try to swindle people out of their property like this. But who would think they could get away with stealing Graceland?
 
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Given Lisa Marie’s mental state in the years leading up to her death, a lot of stuff is possible.

Yeah, it smells like a scam. But that girl was both godamighty crazy and strung out on whatever drugs she could get her hands on.

Who knows what the truth is? We’ll get to it at some point, but the process could be messy.
 

NationalTitles18

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The loan was alleged to have been taken out in 2018. The state's limit on old debts is 6 years, after which no legal action can be taken past the last account activity. I read that the supposed notary denied notarizing any documents in relation to a loan. Smells fishy.
 

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