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Elvis' granddaughter fights Graceland foreclosure sale and alleges fraud

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Elvis Presley’s granddaughter is taking legal action to prevent the foreclosure sale of Graceland, the late singer’s Memphis home. She alleges fraud and claims that the company behind the sale does not exist and has no rights to the property. The granddaughter has obtained a restraining order to halt the sale until the court rules on her request for an injunction. The lawsuit states that a company presented fraudulent documents purporting that Elvis’ daughter had borrowed money and used Graceland as collateral. The lawsuit also questions the authenticity of the company itself.