Elvis Presley's Graceland is defaced by vandals who spray-painted 'BLM' on wall ...

Elvis Presley’s iconic Graceland estate in Memphis was defaced by vandals overnight with ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘Defund the Police’ graffiti.

The protest slogans were painted in thick black and orange lettering on the stone wall that surrounds the King’s mansion along Elvis Presley Boulevard, the Commercial Appeal first reported.

Graceland, where Elvis lived for 20 years before his death in August 1977, also had its wall marred by other popular activist phrases such as ‘Abolish ICE’, ‘Defund MPD’, and ‘F*** ’.

The spray-painted lettering covered thousands of tributes to Elvis written by fans who have visited the King’s home since it officially became a museum in 1982.

The vandalism was discovered by museum workers early Tuesday morning. 

Elvis Presley¿s iconic Graceland estate in Memphis has been defaced by vandals overnight with ¿Black Lives Matter¿ and ¿Defund the Police¿ graffiti

Elvis Presley’s iconic Graceland estate in Memphis has been defaced by vandals overnight with ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘Defund the Police’ graffiti

Elvis Presley lived at Graceland for two decades before his death on August 16, 1977, at age 42

Elvis Presley lived at Graceland for two decades before his death on August 16, 1977, at age 42

The protest slogans were painted in thick black and orange lettering on the stone wall that surrounds the King¿s mansion along Elvis Presley Boulevard

The protest slogans were painted in thick black and orange lettering on the stone wall that surrounds the King’s mansion along Elvis Presley Boulevard

The spray-painted lettering covered thousands of tributes to Elvis written by fans who have visited the King¿s home since it officially became a museum in 1982

The spray-painted lettering covered thousands of tributes to Elvis written by fans who have visited the King’s home since it officially became a museum in 1982

Fans of Elvis were outraged to see the landmark defaced.

‘We were just driving by this morning and we looked over,’ Alice Self told WMC5. ‘We just couldn’t believe it. We were just stunned by it.’

Bill Stanley, Elvis’ stepbrother, also described how appalled he was that someone would deface the King’s home.

‘This is totally uncalled for,’ said Stanley. ‘One of the saddest days of my life. I mean, besides the day that Elvis passed away, this right here

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