The King of Rock and Roll’s stepbrother, David Stanley, shared this in a new Amazon Prime documentary about the legendary musician: elvis woman, The singer was tormented by his obsession with young girls.
In the documentary, he claims to have been part of Elvis’ “entourage” and claims he believes the late singer died by suicide. “He premeditatedly took the drug that killed him,” Stanley said in the documentary.
“Love, hurt, pain, exposure — he couldn’t take it anymore,” claimed the 85-year-old, who was in Graceland when Elvis reportedly died of a heart attack from a drug overdose in August 1977 (Graceland). .
In the series, which premiered in May, Stanley claimed his stepbrother “couldn’t move on” because he feared his alleged relationship with the teenage girl would be revealed in the book.
Furthermore, according to Stanley, “It was the guilt over having sex with a teenage girl that led him to kill himself.” It was revealed that the singer had a favorite line: “Fourteen will get twenty!”
Stanley called it a “miracle” Can’t help but fall in love Despite his flirting, the hitmaker wasn’t “caught”.
“His taste in young 15- or 16-year-old girls disgusts me,” the stepbrother said. “Because of his money, wealth, fame and power, charisma and attractiveness, he got away with what most people don’t. Elvis can be open and honest [of] you. “
The documentary features interviews with women who claim to have been courted by Presley in their youth and explores his relationship with Priscilla Presley.
Elvis married Priscilla in 1967, when Priscilla was 21 and he was 32.