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Photo: Riley Keough | By Pilar Melendez, The Daily Beast | An alleged dark web ringleader and identity thief is claiming to be behind the mysterious attempted foreclosure auction of Elvis Presley’s Graceland, according to emails to The New York Times.

“We figure out how to steal,” the unknown writer said in one bombshell message to The Times. “That’s what we do.”

The writer, a self-described leader of a group of “worms” that steal from the deceased and elderly through birth certificates and other documents, told the outlet that his ring’s latest target was the estate of Lisa Marie Presley. Last January, Lisa Marie’s daughter, actress Riley Keough, was named heir to Elvis’ estate after her mother’s death. About eight months later, a company called Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC presented documents that purported to show they had loaned Lisa Marie $3.8 million and that she had listed the iconic home as collateral.

Last Sunday, the purported company took out an ad in the Memphis newspaper The Commercial Appeal, notifying of their plans to auction Graceland in a foreclosure sale.

To stop the sale, Keough filed a lawsuit alleging Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC used “fraudulent” documents to stake a claim on the iconic property. The lawsuit alleged Kurt Naussany claimed to represent the creditor and sent Keough’s lawyers “numerous emails seeking to collect the purported $3.8 million debt and threatening to conduct a non-judicial sale of Graceland.” The company also allegedly presented a deed of trust with Lisa Marie’s signature.

Keough’s attorneys, however, said that Elvis’ daughter never took out the loan in the first place and that Naussany Investments is “not a real entity,” the lawsuit alleges. It added that Keough “did not give a deed of trust to Graceland” or any other property to Naussany Investments & Private Lending LLC.
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Photo: Riley Keough | From her Facebook page

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