Elvis last love said she had waited until her son, whom she had with her husband Ron Leyser, turned 20 and left for college to pen her memoirs, spending two years writing the book that would share the story of the In the Ghetto singer’s last days from the woman who was there by his side.
Criticising the rumours which had been spread about the state of Elvis’ health towards the end, Ginger said: “There are things that I’ve seen in in books and I’ve said, this wasn’t what I witnessed.
“This wasn’t the person I loved. This wasn’t how he was those last nine months, and I was with him 98 per cent of the time.
“He had asked me to move into Graceland but I never did and he said, ‘I respect you for that.’ I just didn’t at the time. It wasn’t my way,” she explained.