Lisa Marie Presley Suffers Cardiac Arrest: Here’s What We Know

Ashley Hunte
Lisa Marie Presley was recently admitted to hospital.
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Lisa Marie Presley was rushed to hospital after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest on Thursday, TMZ reports.

Sources state that Lisa Marie was in her house in Calabasas at the time, and received CPR at the scene before being taken to the hospital.

It Was Unclear What Exactly Happened At First.

Initially, TMZ reported that Lisa Marie had suffered a "possible" cardiac arrest. However, sources close to the star confirmed that her heart went into "full arrest."

The Singer, 54, Had To Have Her Pulse Regained.

Pulse and heart rate monitor.
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Someone at the scene had administered epinephrine at least once in order to help Lisa Marie regain her pulse. This was successfully done before she headed to the hospital.

She Is Currently Undergoing Treatment.

As of the time of writing, Presley's condition remains unknown, though she is currently in the hospital.

This Comes Days After The Singer Attended The Golden Globes.

Daughter of Priscilla Presley and rock & roll legend Elvis Presley, Lisa Marie was in attendance due to the nominations for the 2022 biopic, Elvis.

Both She And Mother Priscilla Watched On As Austin Butler Won A Golden Globe For His Starring Role.

Lisa Marie also opened up about how impressed she was at Butler's portrayal of her late father, praising his authenticity.

She would also frequently promote the film on her personal social media accounts, including her Instagram.

Austin Butler Also Made Headlines That Night For Speaking In A Southern Accent.

Viewers commented and joked on social media following Butler's speech, pointing out how he continued to speak like Elvis despite having wrapped filming long ago. Still, neither Priscilla nor Lisa Marie seemed to mind.

Like Her Father, Lisa Marie Also Pursued Singing And Songwriting.

Music sheet
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She's also mother to four kids, including Golden Globe-nominated actress Riley Keough, whom she shares with her first husband Danny Keough.

She Also Previously Owned A Business Closely Linked To Her Father.

Elvis and Priscilla Presley with baby Lisa Marie in 1968.
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Elvis died in 1977 at the age of 42 due to heart disease, but his legacy as King of Rock n' Roll has persisted in the decades since.

In 1981, Priscilla Founded Elvis Presley Enterprises.

Lisa Marie eventually came to own and run it.

The Enterprise Was Owned And Run By The Family For Decades.

However, by 2005, Lisa Marie made the decision to sell Elvis Presley Enterprises.

Though, She Hasn't Cut Ties With Elvis's Whole Estate.

Lisa Marie remains the owner of Elvis's Memphis ranch, Graceland.

h/t Page Six