Riley Keough's Graceland struggle ends: Company cancels foreclosure sale and is investigated.  

Riley Keough's Graceland lawsuit appears to be ended.  

On May 22, a Tennessee judge temporarily banned Naussany Investments and Private Lending from selling Elvis Presley's former house in foreclosure.  

The firm indicated it will dismiss its claim.  

The lending company claims Lisa Marie Presley, Keough's mother, borrowed $3.8 million in 2018 using Graceland as collateral and never repaid.   

Keough sued the corporation on May 20 for advertising Elvis Presley's home foreclosure auction on May 23.  

She claimed the sale was fraudulent and her late mother's loan signature was faked.  

The Tennessee attorney general is investigating Naussany Investments for malfeasance.  

Keough, the only trustee of her grandfather Elvis Presley's Memphis estate after her mother's 2023 death, won a temporary injunction against the auction on May 22 from Shelby County Chancellor JoeDae Jenkins.  

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