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Attorney General looking into attempted foreclosure of Elvis Presley's Graceland home

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Tennessee’s Attorney General is investigating an alleged private investment company that attempted to foreclose on Elvis Presley’s Memphis home, Graceland. The company dropped its foreclosure efforts after Elvis’s granddaughter and heir, Danielle Riley Keough, filed a lawsuit claiming the company’s paperwork was fraudulent. The attorney general has asked his lawyers to investigate the matter further and protect the interests of Elvis Presley’s heirs. The lawsuit alleges that the documents presented by the investment company, including a notarized promissory note, are forged. A chancellor has blocked the foreclosure sale, citing doubts over the authenticity of the documents.