Before her death, Lisa Marie Presley "suffocated" in debt, took out life insurance of 35 million dollars

Lisa Marie Presley / Photo: Profimedia

The musician Lisa Marie Presley died on January 12, at the age of 54, as a result of a heart attack. She was the only daughter of the "king of rock and roll" and the fruit of a great love between them Elvis and Priscilla Presley.

Lisa inherited the talent for music from her father, and the incredible beauty from her mother. In other words, she was the perfect combination, but life was not serving her good things.

Elvis, Priscilla and Lisa Marie in 1968 / Photo: The Hollywood Archive / Hollywood Archive / Profimedia

At the end of her life, Lisa was facing large debts, but shortly before her death, the musician collected 35 million dollars from the insurance. She took out two life insurance policies and intended to take out a third to pay off her $4 million debt shortly before her death, reports "Daily Mail “.

Presley took out one policy for $25 million, another for $10 million, and family sources said the third policy could be valued at $10 million.

Lisa Marie Presley / Photo: MediaPunch / BACKGRID / Backgrid USA / Profimedia

She filed for a $2 million lump sum, but the policy was never paid due to a paperwork error. Those close to the family say that shortly before her death, Lisa Marie's home was overflowing with money.

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