Geller: 'I'll Take My Elvis Case To The Pope'
LATEST: Celebrity psychic URI GELLER has vowed to appeal to the Pope if he fails in his court case to win back ELVIS PRESLEY's former home. Last month (MAY06) Geller made a successful $905,100 (GBP481,000) bid on internet auction site eBay for the Tennessee property Presley lived in before moving to Graceland. But the owners snubbed the deal and sold the four-bedroom house to a foundation formed by music producer MIKE CURB instead. And now Geller, who planned to turn the house into an Elvis museum, reveals he'll stop at nothing to claim what is rightfully his. He says, "There's no doubt in my mind the house is mine. I absolutely believe that. "I've sought legal advice on both sides of the Atlantic and if that fails I'll take it to the Supreme Court. Even the Pope! "I have a very strong case. Even a child would understand that my eBay bid was a legally binding contract." But eBay warns its rules will make it difficult for him to sue. Spokeswoman CATHERINE ENGLAND says, "The platform we provide in real estate really serves to generate interest. "It isn't a legally binding contract."