Lisa Marie Presley struggled to keep her finances in order before her death.
The only child of Elvis Presley He passed away last Thursday, only 54 years old. According to TMZ, she suffered a cardiac arrest after being placed in a coma in the hospital and her life was not saved.
Now new information is emerging indicating that Lisa Marie Presley also had financial concerns before her death.
Among other things, she is said to have had $92,000 (NOK910,000) a month in consumption, even though she received $104,000 (just over one million NOK) from Elvis Presley Enterprises each month.
These are the numbers extracted from blastwhich Presley had to file before Christmas in connection with the parental court case of twins Harper and Finley, 14, who she has with ex-husband Michael Lockwood.
Here, Lisa Marie Presley also states that she has just over NOK 940,000 in cash and about NOK seven million in securities such as stocks and bonds.
You would think there are big numbers, but Presley stated at the same time that she owed nearly ten million kroner to the US tax authorities.
Lisa Marie Presley inherited her father’s business empire, Elvis Presley Enterprises, on her 25th birthday in 1993. According to New York Post The value of the inheritance was close to a billion kronor.
It wasn’t always this way. When Elvis died in 1977, the business empire was in dire financial straits, but Elvis’ widow—and mother Lisa Marie—Priscilla Presley took over the company, turning the family’s Graceland home in Memphis into a tourist attraction and the heart of troubled times.
Since then, there have been several lawsuits related to Lisa Marie Presley’s ownership of Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Lisa Marie Presley has four children. Besides the 14-year-old twins, she has a daughter, Riley Keough, 33, while her son, Ben, committed suicide in 2020, at the age of 27.
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