Elvis Presley’s stepbrother believes his brother committed suicide.

“He planned to take the medications that killed him,” David Stanley claimed in “Elvis’ Women,” a new Amazon Prime documentary about the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll (according to Irish Mirror).

“Love, hurt, pain, exposure — he just could not take it any longer,” said the 67-year-old.

Stanley claimed in the series, which began in May, that his stepsibling “could not carry on” because to fears that his purported relationships with underage females will be revealed in a book.

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Stanley, a former member of Presley’s “entourage,” was said to be there at Graceland when the singer died of a heart attack caused by a drug overdose in August 1977.

“His taste for young girls, aged 15 or 16, made me sick,” the stepbrother stated in the series, calling it a “miracle” that the singer of “Can not Help Falling In Love” was not “busted.”

“He got away with things most people did not because of his money, fortune, fame and power, charisma and magnetism,” Stanley claimed later. Elvis could speak your socks off.”

The documentary investigates Presley’s relationship with Priscilla Presley, and contains testimonials with women who claim to have been pursued by him when they were young.

Elvis married Priscilla in 1967, when she was 21 and he was 32 years old.

The following year, they welcomed daughter Lisa Marie Presley before calling it quits in 1973.

The relationship of the former couple will also be featured in Sophia Coppola’s “Priscilla,” which is planned to release in October.

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In a statement released Thursday, Elvis’ estate slammed the planned film, calling it “horrible.”

“It feels like a college film,” a source told TMZ.

“The set designs are just horrible; it is nothing like Graceland.”

Priscilla, for her part, has been supportive of the film, posting on Instagram on Thursday, “I am excited about the masterful Sofia Coppola’s interpretation of my book.”

“She has such an extraordinary perspective, and I have always admired her work.” “I am confident that this film will take everyone on an emotional journey.”

The 78-year-old businesswoman and her late daughter also sponsored Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis,” which will star Austin Butler in June 2022.

“I really did not know what to do with myself after I saw it,” Lisa Marie told Entertainment Tonight in January, just days before her death.

“It was incredible, spot on, and completely authentic.”

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Following Lisa Marie’s death, Priscilla and her granddaughter Riley Keough went to court over her will, eventually reaching a million-dollar settlement this month.

“Elvis would be proud,” Priscilla said at the time in a statement.

“My granddaughter, through her counsel, and my team worked diligently and tirelessly as a family to resolve all misunderstandings.”


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