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The Battle Continues for Lisa Marie Presley and Husband


Court papers have documented that Lisa Marie Presley has depicted herself as being badly in debt after just being released from a treatment facility. The documents go on to accuse her fourth husband of being in possession of multiple inappropriate photographs of children on his personal computer.

According to court documents that were filed earlier this month, the estranged couple has 8-year-old twins that are currently under the protection of the California child protective services in Los Angeles. The documents were filed in relation to Presley’s husband; Michael Lockwood is requesting spousal support. As of today, his lawyer is stating that the accusations are not accurate and Lockwood has not been charged.

The court papers tell a tale of profligacy and alleged fraud that has made things messy for Presley, the 49-year-old only child of Elvis Presley and ex-wife of both Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage.

The court trial for the children is scheduled for March in relation to Presley finding the disturbing video and photos on Lockwood’s computer.

In the court documents, Presley wrote, “I was shocked and horrified and sick to my stomach.”

It has been reported that on Saturday, Jeff Sturman, attorney for Lockwood has denied the inaccurate charges.

Lockwood also some things to say in court papers about Presley, “has placed more value on trying to damage my reputation than on the fact that her false statements may be brought to our daughters’ attention, thereby causing them to suffer public humiliation, embarrassment and emotional distress.”

It appears that Lockwood is asking the court to order Presley to pay him $40,000 a month in spousal support and $100,000 in attorneys’ fees.  Before marrying Presley, he was a musician, but it seems that he gave up that career to be with his wife who is also a singer and songwriter.

The battle seems to continue for the estranged couple, who’s hearing is scheduled for the case on February 22, 2017.