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Lisa Marie Presley made her final appearance at the Golden Globes, but sadly she won’t be at the Grammys tonight. If you thought life insurance policies could reach the millions – you are right in your thinking. But consider the late Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis Presley. It has been revealed that her life insurance policy is worth 35 million dollars. That’s right folks, 35 MILLION DOLLARS!
According to TMZ, Lisa Marie Presley was millions of dollars in debt at the end of her life, but the moment she died, her estate was flush with cash — to the tune of $35 million. Isn’t that something. Sadly, most celebrities are in debt – but publicists and media never report the fact that they are living on borrowed and or lent and or speculative credit.
Family sources tell TMZ … Lisa had taken out 2 life insurance policies — one for $25 million, and another for $10 million. Our sources say there may be a third $10 million policy, but it’s unclear if it’s lapsed.
What’s even more shocking … our sources say Lisa was trying to cash in the $25 million policy to pay some of the debts she owed, totaling $4 million. We’re told she had notified the insurance company and filled out the paperwork to get a lump sum of just $2 million. We’re told there was a screwup in the paperwork so the policy was never cashed in.
Our sources say Lisa was $4 million in debt when she died … of that she owed $2.5 million to the IRS. We’ve learned Lisa blew through $100 million during her adult years.
When the debts are cleared, there will be around $30 million (assuming the third policy lapsed) to distribute. We’re told Lisa’s 3 kids, Riley Keough and 14-year-old twins, Finley and Harper Lockwood, were named beneficiaries and will receive equal amounts.