Elvis Presley’s Ex Speaks Up Against ‘The Conspiracy’ Behind The Rocker’s Passing

Elvis Presley’s ex-fiancée Ginger Alden recently denied the rumors about the singer’s passing. Alden, who slammed Presley’s brother, David Stanley, for claiming that his brother’s death was due to suicide, explained:

“Unfortunately, Elvis’ step-brothers have changed stories and even fabricated some tales I know to be false over the years. One brother [of the three] later created a complete garbage story about suicide years back, and it looks like he resurfaced with it again.”

The brother alleged that it was ‘the medications that killed him’ in the series ‘Elvis’ Women‘, a new Amazon Prime documentary about Presley. His statement is as follows:

“He premeditated taking the medications that killed him. Love, hurt, pain, exposure — he just couldn’t take it anymore.”

Stanley also claimed that his brother ‘couldn’t carry on’ because his rumored relationships with teenage girls would be exposed in a book. Stating that it made him sick, Stanley explained:

“His taste for young girls, aged 15 or 16, made me sick. I told him that it’s a miracle he didn’t get busted. 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 you.”

Several women claiming to have been targeted by Elvis when they were younger have spoken out in the documentary.

Just a few days before his comments were revealed, Stanley shared a now-deleted post on social media, angrily stating that he never made such comments. The description of the post read:

“This is pure bullsh*t! I never said that and anyone who believes I would say such a horrible thing is a fool. The media world can be a very dirty place. It will make up all kinds of trash just to sell it product.”

The statement went on:

“My family has been dealing with trash media from the time we moved into Graceland in 1960. But this recent headline has gone way too far. I don’t know how to stop their bullsh*t but I will be speaking to [my] attorney this week hope this sh*t challenged.”

After the post was deleted, Stanley shared an apology post for his comments, noting that there’s ‘no excuse’ for making the claim. The post read:

“I am sorry for the derogatory comments I made in a documentary about Elvis that was filmed last year. There is no excuse for my comments and I can fully understand why you would be angered.”

“I love and will always love Elvis and being part of his family. He is more than worthy of the love you have for him. He loved you. I love you and all I can ask of you is for you to forgive me for my irresponsible actions.”

The Rock ‘N’ Roll king lost his life at the age of 42, months before his wedding with Alden. After the singer’s passing, Alden released a book titled ‘Elvis & Ginger’, about her time with Presley, making it clear that there were no signals of suicide or anything, in particular, to indicate so.