No. His real name is Phillip Stanic. In the mid-eighties he decided to try his hand at being "Elvis Presley, Jr." At first, his story was that he was the result of an illicit affair between Elvis and Delores Hart. When she publicly refuted this claim, then Mr. Stanic's real mother become Angelique Pettyjohn. The story given then was that she was an extra in "Blue Hawaii" and had an illicit affair with Elvis. The only problem is that she was never in "Blue Hawaii," and pictures of her taken around the time "Elvis Jr." was born (12/24/61) shows that she was not pregnant. Over the years Mr. Stanic has steadfastly avoided DNA testing, which easily could have occured by now given the availability of Elvis Presley DNA samples, not to mention that there is DNA testing available which would prove Mr. Stanic's ethnicity. This alone would determine the validity of his claims. The truth is that Mr. Stanic is an imposter, perhaps a delusional one, but an imposter nonetheless. A true son of Elvis Presley's would be headlining major venues all over the world, not working fairs and tiny venues while proclaiming his validity.
Elvis Presley Jr. is said not to be Elvis real son. However, rumors have it that he is Elvis Presley and Angelique Delores Pettyjohn son who was born out of wedlock without the knowledge of Elvis Presley.
No, Elvis Jr (Philip Stanic) is NOT the son of Elvis. It has now been shown that his whole story is a complete fabrication. His attorney (Greg Wilson of St Mary's Ohio) seems to disagree with me, and has threatened me with a libel case should I continue with my campaign against this fraudster. Stanic's career would now seem to be over as more and more people become aware of his scam.