BTW, the prostitute story was already told by the MM.<quoted text>You don't have to try to destroy a man's whole career to "make him see the error of his ways". You do not have to tell the whole world that he had prostitutes inside Graceland, or that he peeked through holes and watched unsuspecting couple have sex. And Red and the others did not have to continue to smear Elvis by giving information to Goldman, Hard Copy, Current Affair, etc. after Elvis died.
And if Elvis truly was addicted, all the and embarrassment in the world will not make them stop because they CAN'T stop.
Red has ruined Elvis reputation through the years by giving all the information to the world, true or not.
They wrote the book for revenge and to make money for themselves.
Again, Goldman must've taken it out of context of what happened.
The story has Elvis on leave from the army in Paris.
He has all his friends with him including Lamar Fike.
Of course, Lamar was 400 pounds with a beak nose.
Elvis arranged a hooker for Fike and she rejected him.
She hung on to Elvis and said, "Noooooooo"
Very funny, actually.
How Goldman managed to twist the story around is what he did.
Elvis never had prostitutes in Graceland.
Maybe, women fooling around with the MM in hopes to meet Elvis.
That is not the same thing.
Albert Goldman's trashy Elvis book was a total fabrication.