Priscilla Presley Responds to the "Noise"!

Priscilla Presley, the former wife of the legendary Elvis Presley, has come forward to address the recent legal battle over the control of her late daughter Lisa Marie's trust.

Priscilla recently filed a petition questioning the authenticity of a 2016 amendment to Lisa Marie's will that removed her as co-trustee and granted the position to her two oldest children, Riley Keough and Benjamin Keough.

In a statement to E! News, Priscilla expressed her love for Elvis and her daughter, and stressed the importance of preserving the family legacy.

She encouraged the public to ignore the noise surrounding the legal proceedings and promised to handle the matter with respect, honesty, dignity, integrity, and love.

The trust, which Lisa Marie inherited on her 25th birthday in 1993, included ownership of Graceland, the famous Memphis home where Elvis and other members of his family are buried.

According to Priscilla's petition, she and former business manager Barry Siegel were initially designated as co-trustees in a living will written by Lisa Marie in 1993 and amended in 2010.

However, Priscilla discovered that a 2016 amendment had been made to the will, which replaced her and Barry with Riley and Benjamin as co-trustees.

The petition contested the validity of this amendment, pointing out inconsistencies in the document and stating that Priscilla never received a copy of the amendment when Lisa Marie was still alive, as required by the trust.

As the legal proceedings continue, Priscilla remains committed to preserving the legacy of Elvis and ensuring that the trust is handled with the utmost respect and dignity.