Priscilla Presley says legal feud with granddaughter Riley Keough 'BS' amid rumored Graceland estate dispute
Priscilla Presley is debunking the rumored feud between her and her granddaughter Riley Keough.
Priscilla, 77, claimed that despite rumors regarding the Graceland estate, her and Riley's relationship is cordial during a rare public appearance.
Priscilla said, "that's a bunch of B.S.," in response to the question of whether she and Riley might "come together on things."
You can hear the person behind the camera asking, "Don't you believe what we're reading?" throughout the film.
Priscilla was spotted wearing a black jacket over an animal-print shirt. She was seen in the footage moving through an airport's hallways while donning a mask.
Her remarks follow the tragic passing of Lisa Marie, the only child she and Elvis shared, and the subsequent rumours of legal disputes involving the Graceland estate.
Lisa Marie passed away on January 12 at the age of 54. Sheriff's deputies responded to a "not breathing call,"
and they took her to a hospital in Los Angeles, the authorities told Fox News Digital at the time.
Priscilla filed paperwork after Lisa Marie passed away to contest who is in charge of her late daughter's estate. She questioned the legality of Lisa Marie's living trust's 2016 revision.