Lisa Marie Presley’s autopsy ‘has been performed with officials awaiting toxicology results’

Lisa Marie Presley’s autopsy has reportedly been performed but will not immediately be released credit:Bang Showbiz
Lisa Marie Presley’s autopsy has reportedly been performed but will not immediately be released credit:Bang Showbiz

Lisa Marie Presley’s autopsy has reportedly been performed but will not immediately be released.

Officials are delaying releasing the results as they are waiting for a toxicology report to come back, according to TMZ.

The outlet added the autopsy on Elvis’ only child, who died aged 54 on Thursday (12.01.23) after she suffered two heart attacks, was performed on Saturday (14.01.23), but added the Los Angeles Coroner's Office does not yet have an official cause of death due to the pending toxicology results, which will reveal if the singer had any drugs in her system when she died.

She went into cardiac arrest at her home in Calabasas after complaining of severe stomach agony, and suffered another heart attack when she arrived at hospital.

Lisa Marie was living with her ex-husband Danny, 58, at the time she collapsed on Thursday, and he performed CPR on her until paramedics arrived.

He is dad to her actress daughter Riley, 33, and Lisa Marie’s son Benjamin, 27, who took his life in July 2020.

Lisa Marie married Danny when she was a teenager at a drug rehabilitation centre, and they divorced in 1994 days before she eloped with Michael Jackson.

She was also engaged to musician John Oszajca, 48, in 2000, but called it off after she met actor Nicolas Cage, 59, at a party, who she married in August 2002 before filing for divorce just months later.

She then married Michael in 2006 and finally divorced 10 years later.

Lisa Marie died from her second cardiac arrest suffered while she was in hospital and passed away after the family signed a do not resuscitate order on Thursday.

Her actress mum Priscilla Presley, 77, said on Thursday night in a statement about her daughter’s passing: “It is with a heavy heart that I must share the devastating news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us,' Priscilla Presley said in a statement Thursday evening.

“She was the most passionate, strong and loving woman I have ever known.”