Elvis Presley’s stepbrother believes the late singer died by suicide.
“He premeditated taking the medications that killed him,” David Stanley alleged in “Elvis’ Women,” a new Amazon Prime documentary about the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
“Love, hurt, pain, exposure — he just couldn’t take it any more,” the 85-year-old claimed.
In the series, which premiered in May, Stanley alleged his stepsibling “couldn’t carry on” amid fears his alleged relationships with teen girls would be laid bare in a book.
Stanley, a former member of Presley’s “entourage,” was reportedly in Graceland when the performer died of a heart attack as a result of a drug overdose in August 1977.
“His taste for young girls, aged 15 or 16, made me sick,” the stepbrother claimed in the series, calling it a “miracle” that “Can’t Help Falling in Love” singer wasn’t “busted.”
Stanley then alleged, “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 [of] you.”
The documentary, which includes interviews with women claiming to be pursued by Presley at a young age, also examines his relationship with Priscilla Presley.
Elvis married Priscilla in 1967 when the actress was 21 and he was 32.
They welcomed daughter Lisa Marie Presley the following year before calling it quits in 1973.
The former couple’s relationship will also be depicted in Sophia Coppola’s “Priscilla,” which is set to premiere in October.
Elvis’ estate has gone on record slamming the upcoming film, calling it “horrible” in a statement Thursday.
“It feels like a college movie,” an official told TMZ.
“The set designs are just horrific, it’s not what Graceland looks like.”
Priscilla, for her part, has been supportive of the film, writing on Instagram Thursday, “I am excited about the interpretation of my book by the masterful Sofia Coppola.
“She has such an extraordinary perspective and I have always been such an admirer of her work. I’m certain this movie will take everyone on an emotional journey.”
The businesswoman, 78, and her late daughter also backed Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis,” starring Austin Butler, in June 2022.
“I really didn’t know what to do with myself after I saw it,” Lisa Marie gushed to Entertainment Tonight at the Golden Globes in January, days before her passing.
“It was so incredible and so spot on and just so authentic.”
Following the singer’s death, Priscilla and her granddaughter Riley Keough engaged in a legal battle over Lisa Marie’s will, finally reaching a million-dollar settlement this month.
“Elvis would be proud,” Priscilla wrote in a statement at the time.
“My granddaughter, through her counsel, along with my team worked diligently and tirelessly to resolve all misunderstandings as a family.”