Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough, mother and daughter of the late Lisa Marie Presley, are reportedly not communicating amid a legal battle over the late singer's estate.
According to a source cited in a recent article by ET Online, the situation is "complicated" and the family is working to maintain their relationships despite the ongoing dispute.
Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of Elvis Presley, passed away in July 2020. Since then, her estate has been at the center of a legal battle involving her ex-husband, Michael Lockwood, and her former manager, Barry Siegel. Lockwood and Siegel have both made claims on the estate, with Siegel alleging that Lisa Marie's trust lost millions of dollars under his management.
The situation has apparently caused a rift between Lisa Marie's family members, with Priscilla Presley and Riley Keough reportedly choosing not to communicate in order to avoid getting involved in the legal battle.
Inheritance disputes can be emotionally and financially taxing for all parties involved, and it's not uncommon for families to experience tensions and disagreements as a result. It's important for families to try to communicate and work through these issues in a constructive and respectful manner, while also seeking guidance from legal and financial professionals.
It's unclear at this time how the legal battle will ultimately be resolved, or how it may affect Lisa Marie Presley's estate and her family members. Nonetheless, it's clear that the situation is a difficult one for all parties involved, and it may take some time for the family to heal and move forward.