Three weeks after Lisa Marie Presley's death, Priscilla Presley attacks her daughter's will.

The 77-year-old ("The Naked Gun") actress asked a Los Angeles court to review the "authenticity and validity" of the document.

Elvis' former wife suggested a 2016 addendum deposing her and Lisa Marie Presley's former business partner Barry Siegel as executors was fake.

According to the document, the deceased had replaced her mother and seal with her daughter, Riley Keough, and her late son, Ben Keough.

Priscilla Presley has now pointed out to the court that her name was misspelled.

She also questioned the authenticity of her daughter's signature.

The New Yorker requested that the original 2010 will be validated.

Since Siegel had already stepped down as administrator after a dispute, she suggested to the court that she and her granddaughter Riley Keough take care of the estate in the future.

In addition to shares in Elvis' Graceland estate, where Lisa Marie Presley was buried the weekend before last, there are also license fees for the music of the "King of Rock and Roll".

His only daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, died in California on January 12 at the age of 54.