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Scammer Takes Credit for Attempted Sale of Elvis’ Graceland Home

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Scammer Takes Credit for Attempted Sale of Elvis' Graceland Home

A self-proclaimed scammer is taking credit for an audacious scheme to force a foreclosure on Graceland, the iconic home of Elvis Presley. The scammer, reportedly based in Africa, claims that Elvis' late daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, failed to repay nearly $4 million on an old loan, leading to a scheduled foreclosure auction. This shocking attempt was recently thwarted by Elvis' granddaughter, Riley Keough.


The alleged scammer has come forward, boasting about the plot in an email sent to Inside Edition. The email reads, in part, "We've stolen millions. . .

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