Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Stepbrother of Elvis Presley says 'The King' overdosed on purpose

Newsy       Jun 28th 2016 
Elvis Presley's stepbrother is releasing a new book, and it has some fiery allegations.
In the book, "My Brother Elvis," author David E. Stanley shares personal stories about life with Elvis and his struggles with addiction.

Presley died at his home on August 16, 1977, and the New York Daily News reports that in the new book, Stanley says Presley overdosed on purpose.

Stanley says: "I felt it was my responsibility to write a book about these realities of Elvis beyond the glitz, glamour and fun. He was human, and his very human frailties and vulnerabilities cost him his life. If addiction could happen to Elvis, it can happen to anyone."

Before this book, the cause of Presley's death was shrouded in rumors. A toxicology report after his death found 14 drugs in his system, but his family covered up his cause of death in an attempt to preserve his legacy.
Official reports say no drugs were found at Graceland, Presley's Memphis home where his body was found. But according to Stanley, there were pills and syringes around his body, and Stanley started hiding that evidence in his pockets before police got to the home.

"My Brother Elvis: The Final Years" comes out Aug. 16.

Witchy sez  this crap will drive you to drink :
I have no doubt that Elvis overdosed; even as a kid, I didn't believe the heart attack on the toilet story (unless the heart attack was drug induced), but it would be very difficult to prove that Elvis' death was suicide and not accidental. Elvis had been an addict for so long, it's not surprising that he had a lot of drugs in his system; the body needs more and more to get that same high the longer a person takes drugs. I question why Elvis' step-brother is cashing in on Elvis' misery now. It would not surprise me, though, if I saw somewhere that Stanley needs money and with all of the drug and alcohol abuse and overdoses of famous people happening (Prince, Heath Ledger, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, etc.) he thought that tarnishing the King's crown a bit and fattening his bank account at the same time, would not be such a bad thing. And besides, he's bringing Elvis' name back into the news and any publicity is good publicity, right?

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