Stories from Elvis Presley’s past have started to re-surface as the first trailer for Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla, a biopic based on Priscilla Presley’s well-known memoir, Elvis and Me, which stars Jacob Elordi and Cailee Spaeny, debuted recently.

David Stanley, Elvis Presley’s stepbrother, was the most recent person to weigh in on the legendary performer. Stanley questioned the circumstances surrounding his death. According to Stanley, Elvis Presley committed suicide as a result of the guilt he experienced as a result of his vices.

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Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley

David Stanley says Elvis Presley couldn’t take it anymore

In a new explosive Amazon Prime documentary titled Elvis’ Women about the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll; Elvis Presley and his stepbrother, David Stanley, allegedly claim that the artist died of suicide. He explained, “He premeditated taking the medication that killed him. Love, hurt, pain, exposure — he just couldn’t take it anymore.” 

Stanley allegedly mentions in the series that his late sibling could not carry on with fear of his alleged relationships with teen girls being exposed in a book. He said, “His taste for young girls, aged 15 or 16, made me sick,” adding that he still believes that it was a miracle that his stepbrother was never busted.

Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley’s stepbrother claims that he was lucky that he never got busted

The stepbrother of King of Rock ‘n’ Roll alleged, “He got away with things most people didn’t, because of his money, fortune, fame and power, charisma and magnetism. Elvis could talk the socks off [of] you.”

Elvis Presley’s military pal Currie Grant, who ran the entertainment at a club for service families, said that the artist liked young girls because he could control them.

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Women claim to have been targeted by Elvis Presley when younger

Several women (19) also appeared in the documentary and allegedly claimed that when they were younger, Elvis Presley had targeted them. One of them is Jackie Rowland, who shared that she was just 13 years old when her mother made a pact with her that if she lost weight, she would take her to meet Elvis, and Rowland did.

Rowland’s mother wrote Presley a letter explaining the impact he had on her, after which he invited her family to meet him with his parents, Gladys and Vernon Presley. When the two families met, she said that Elvis pulled her close and allegedly started nibbling her ear and licking her neck.

Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley was fascinated by young women

Jackie said no to him but claims he then told her mum: “Oh Mrs. Rowland, what is the matter with your daughter? She is not normal.” Author, Alanna Nash says that “We love Elvis Presley so much that we don’t want to see his fatal flaws.”

Another woman featured in the series is Frances Forbes, who allegedly claims that when Elvis invited her inside Graceland in 1957, she was only a 14-year-old fan standing at the gate. She further claims

“We just had fun. He called me Little Frances. I spent most of my time in Graceland [and I] skipped school. I was 14 when I met him, Elvis was 22. He was attracted to younger girls. E always said ‘14 will get you 20’. If we were talking about us traveling with him or having s-x, 14 years old would get you 20 years in prison. If you were 13 you were way too young – 14 was the magic age.”

Elvis’ attraction to younger women shouldn’t come as a surprise, since he first met his ex-wife Priscilla Presley in Germany in 1959 when they were both 24 years old. When the actress was 21 and he was 32, they got married in 1967 before calling it quits in 1973.

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Priscilla Presley and Linda Thompson defend Elvis Presley

After Priscilla and Elvis split up, the musician started dating Linda Thompson, who claimed that she had never heard Elvis behave inappropriately or abuse women, or be a pedophile. That’s not to say he didn’t have affairs; however, Thompson added that the artist was not a fool and was aware of the law.

Elvis and Priscilla Presley
Elvis and Priscilla Presley

The former wife also chimed in defending the artist’s image and said, “When we met I was 14, he was 24 and he was always a gentleman with me. My relationship with Elvis was not sexual. He poured his heart out on the loss of his mother.”

Elvis Presley died of a heart attack as a result of a drug overdose in August 1977.

Source: Page Six

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