Navarone Garcia, Priscilla Presley’s child, has spoken on the rumored family dispute over step-sister Lisa Presley’s trust. Priscilla Presley and Riley have always been at war over control of Lisa Marie’s trust since her passing on Jan. 12 at just 54, according to certain reliable sources. The trust encompasses Father Elvis Presley’s cherished Graceland house and about 15% share in EPE.
However, it is being claimed that Navarone said that, they were well, in response to a commenter’s inquiry on Instagram Live early this week about whether the grandma and granddaughter duo are on talking terms. He allegedly added that there was no feud between Priscilla Presley and her granddaughter and that they even went out to supper, and everything was nice.
Priscilla Presley Requests Judge To Postpone Court Appearance
A judge granted Priscilla Presley’s request to postpone the court appearance over the trust from its originally scheduled date of April 13 to May 15. Even though Lisa and Priscilla Presley appeared to be close at several events honoring the Elvis biopic created by Baz Luhrmann in the days before her passing, numerous sources have said that the two had hardly spoken at the time of her passing. Their association had been strained ever since Lisa Marie and her former husband, 61-year-old Michael Lockwood, divorced in 2016.
4 days after Lisa Marie’s memorial service in Memphis on January 22, the simmering conflict erupted when Priscilla’s attorneys submitted an application in Los Angeles contesting the “authenticity and legality” of a 2016 modification to Lisa Marie’s family trust. The transition placed Riley and Lisa Marie’s son Benjamin Keough in charge of the trust, which brought in an estimated $110 million in 2022.
Priscilla Presley contended that the 2016 modification should be void because Lisa Marie had not notified her of the modifications as necessary by the provisions of the trust, among other reasons.