Lisa Marie Presley Was Using Humiliating Drug


Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of rock ‘n’ roll legend Elvis Presley passed away at the age of 54 as per her mother. Presley was using weight loss pill drugs before her death, and had lost 50 pounds in the months prior to her death. She also got plastic surgery to look good for awards season, TMZ reports.

Lisa Marie Presley’s cause of death is unknown, almost one week after her sudden passing. An autopsy was completed on the singer-songwriter, who died last Thursday after going into cardiac arrest. However, the Los Angeles County Coroner ordered more tests before making a determination.

Lisa Marie Presley’s mother sends message to the fans

Lisa’s mother, Priscilla Presley has appreciated the love given to her family following the tragic death of her daughter.

“To YOU, I’m truly overwhelmed with your words, your prayers, your love and your support,” Priscilla, 77, wrote in a Twitter post Thursday. “Thank you from the bottom of my heart in trying to help me get through this loss. Every parent who has lost a daughter or son knows what a dark painstaking journey it is.”

Taking great care to communicate with fans throughout her grieving process, Priscilla, also thanked her supporters for their unwavering support on Monday, the day after Lisa Marie was laid to rest.

“Thank you all for your condolences, you have touched me with your words,” she wrote on Jan. 23. “It has been a very difficult time but just knowing your love is out there makes a difference.”

At Lisa Marie’s memorial, Priscilla delivered an emotional eulogy, starting with something she said her granddaughter wrote for the fans who traveled from far and wide to line up outside of Graceland.

“‘I have no idea how to put my mother into words. Truth is, there are too many. Lisa Marie Presley was an icon, a role model, a superhero to many people all over the world, but Mama was my icon, my role model, my superhero — in much more ways than one,'” said Priscilla. “‘Even now, I can’t get across everything there is to be understood or known about her, but as she always said, I’ll do my best.'”