Lisa Marie Presley's twins (14) are severely traumatized


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  Picture from happier days: Harper Lockwood, Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla Presley, Riley Keough and Finley Lockwood
Picture from happier days: Harper Lockwood, Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla Presley, Riley Keough and Finley Lockwood © action press

After the sudden death of Lisa Marie Presley the shock is deep - especially for her bereaved. The only child of rock 'n' roll legend Elvis Presley (†1977) leaves three daughters including 14-year-old twins Finley and Harper Lockwood . The two girls are said to be devastated by the loss of their mother. According to American media reports, they are so traumatized that they no longer want to enter the house where Lisa Marie suffered the fatal cardiac arrest.

Twins don't want to go back home

It is a difficult time of pain and sorrow for the Presley family. On January 12, Lisa Marie Presley died unexpectedly at the age of only 54. Now her loved ones must learn to cope with this tragic stroke of fate. The situation is particularly dramatic for Lisa Marie's twin daughters, Finley and Harper, who are deeply disturbed by the death of their beloved mother.

As 'TMZ' reports, it is not yet clear where the girls will live in the future. However, it is already clear that they will not return to the house in Calabasas where they previously lived with their mother. There, Lisa Marie suffered the severe cardiac arrest that finally cost her her life.

Second stroke of fate for family

Instead, Harper and Finley are said to be mostly with their grandmother Priscilla Presley (77) in Los Angeles. Lisa Marie's eldest daughter Riley Keough (33) is also staying there at the moment. Likewise, Lisa Marie's ex-husband Michael Lockwood (61), the father of the twins, ensures that the girls are helped. The family is close and supportive of each other, an inside source said.

It's the Presleys' second devastating loss in a few years. In July 2020, Lisa Marie's only son Benjamin took his own life at the age of 27.

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A custody battle over the twins is looming

It is not yet clear who will take care of the twins in the future. It looks like a nasty custody battle is looming. Because after the marriage of Lisa Marie and Michael was divorced after ten years in 2016, the ex-couple fought a bitter war of roses. At the time of her death, the children lived with her, according to 'TMZ' she was awarded 60 percent of custody. Allegedly, the father of the twins now wants to fight for full custody of his daughters. Under California law, unless a judge determines they are not an eligible parent, the musician would normally receive this as well.

But there is also room for Finley and Harper to move in with Presley's first husband Danny Keough (58) or her older sister Riley Keough. Both could go to court to win custody of the twins, according to sources in the magazine. Before Lisa Marie's death, Danny lived under one roof with his ex-wife and her daughters and therefore sees himself as their stepfather. (tma)

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