Elvis impersonators could be banned from wedding ceremonies in Las Vegas.
His licensing company's demanding chapels stop using his likeness when marrying couples.
It could prove to be a major blow to the city's wedding industry - which generates almost 1-point-8 billion euro a year.
The organisation Authentic Brands Group sent cease-and-desist letters in early May to a number of chapels, these small churches are expected now to have stopped the practice.
Cease and Desist Letter
Is a letter denoting a legally enforceable order from a court or government agency directing someone to stop engaging in a particular activity.
The Las Vegas industry is incredibly lucrative generating $2 billion a year.
However this move is taken on by chapels in the area could see a large part of the cities revenue diminished.
Local chapel owners are reporting that this is their ''bread and butter'' in terms of making a living.