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Shocking Facts to know about Lisa Marie Presley

’s Net worth

Lisa Marie Presley is a -$16 million net worth American actress and singer. Lisa Marie Presley is an accomplished singer-songwriter in her own right, despite being best known as Presley’s daughter and only child. Her negative net worth is the result of various budget problems related to the Presley estate, which she did inherit when she was 25 years old. More information on these financial issues follows later in this article. She was previously married to Michael Jackson and is a former member of the Church of Scientology.

Regarding her childhood

She was born on February 1, 1968. Lisa moved in with her mother after her parents divorced.

Lisa Marie Presley’s debut album, “To Whom It May Concern,” was published in 2003.

About her carrier

In 2005, she released “Now What.” Her second album, like her debut, plotted well. “Storm & Grace,” her third album, was released in 2012. Presley has collaborated with a number of well-known musicians, including , Michael Buble, and Coldplay, in addition to her solo work. She has also appeared in music videos for Michael Jackson and other musicians.

They had two children before divorcing in 1994

Lisa Marie Presley married Danny Keough in 1988. They divorced in 1994 after having two children. , their 27-year-old son, killed in 2020. Presley married Michael Jackson shortly after getting divorced from Keough. Despite assisting Jackson with a number of personal issues, she filed for divorce in 1996. 

She married Michael Lockwood in 2006

Lisa later became engaged to a musician named John Oszajca before divorcing him to marry . Cage and Presley married in 2002 and divorced the following year. When she married in 2006 she gave birth to twins in 2008. She filed for separation and sole custody of the children in 2016, trying to claim she found child pornography on Lockwood’s computer.

Elvis was not concerned with financial responsibility

Lisa was nine years old when her father passed away. Elvis was unconcerned about money and was known for his extravagant spending throughout his career. However, the Rock ‘N Roll icon was also completely robbed by his manager, Colonel Tom Parker, who took half of Elvis’ income. Elvis’ property was worth $5 million at the time of his death, which is equal to $14 million in today’s money.