Video : Elvis Presley : October 19, 1956 : In Court

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
March 5, 2014 - 7:31:41 PM
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In this video we see Elvis Presley in a Memphis city court on Oct. 19, 1956, defending an assault charge, along with Gulf service station employees Edd Hopper (left) and Aubrey Brown.

The trio had a fight the previous night when Elvis pulled into the station at Gayoso and Second for repairs and was besieged by fans. Hopper, the station manager, ordered Presley away and a brief altercation ensued. All three were booked for assault and battery and disorderly conduct.

Charges against Elvis were dismissed. Hopper and Brown both had to pay fines.

View photos from this day.

Elvis Presley Video Video : Elvis Presley : October 19, 1956 : In Court (03:00)

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