After the Lisa Marie Trust Dispute, Riley Keough Says She “Doesn’t Want Drama” With Priscilla Presley, According to A Source

Keough was captured in Vancouver a day after she and her grandmother reached an agreement in court on her late mother’s assets. Riley Keough is eager to put her family’s issues behind her.

The 33-year-old star of Daisy Jones & The Six is hoping to move on after she and her grandmother, Priscilla Presley, 77, made an agreement in court on Tuesday about Lisa Marie Presley’s estate.

Riley feels relieved that the disagreement over her mother’s estate has been resolved. She doesn’t want any conflict with her grandmother,” the source of Keough, who was seen Wednesday picking up coffee in Vancouver, said. She wished they could settle the matter fast.

According to the source, Riley is still grieving her mother, Lisa Marie, who was also the mother of 14-year-old twins Finley and Harper (with her ex-husband Michael Lockwood), who passed away unexpectedly in January at the age of 54. She has had a very difficult time. Now, she wants to put her attention on creating memories with her own children. Her top priority is this.

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After the Lisa Marie Trust Dispute, Riley Keough says she "doesn't want drama" with Priscilla Presley, according to a source.

At Lisa Marie’s open memorial service on January 22, Keough’s husband, Ben Smith-Petersen, disclosed that they had welcomed a daughter together.

“I hope I can love my daughter as you did for me, as you did for my brother and sisters, as you did for me. I’m grateful that you gave me my heart, my courage, my humor, my manners, my temper, my wildness, and my tenacity. Smith-Petersen read a eulogy for his wife on stage and declared, “I’m a product of your heart, my sisters are a product of your heart, and my brother is a product of your love.

Keough’s legal team will be presenting a settlement request under seal for both the Promenade Trust and a life insurance trust, according to Priscilla and Keough’s legal representatives, who stated in court on Tuesday that their clients had negotiated a settlement.

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After the Lisa Marie Trust Dispute, Riley Keough says she "doesn't want drama" with Priscilla Presley, according to a source.

“Everybody is content. Outside of court, Priscilla’s attorney, Ronson Shamoun, praised his client as “unified, together, and excited for the future.” Justin Gold, the attorney for Keough, continued, “[Riley] would not have agreed to the settlement if she was not happy with it.”

On August 4, a motion for approval and subsequent hearing are planned. Days after her daughter’s open memorial, Priscilla petitioned the Los Angeles Superior Court to investigate the “authenticity and validity” of an amendment to Lisa Marie’s living trust from 2016.

The modification had removed Priscilla and Lisa Marie’s former business manager Barry Siegel as cotrustees and had given Riley and Lisa Marie’s late son Benjamin control of the trust, which included the Graceland mansion and a 15% stake in Elvis Presley Enterprises (EPE), which together generated a reported $110 million in 2022.