Lisa Marie Presley’s cause of death confirmed 

The cause of Lisa Marie Presley’s death has been established after she passed away on January 12, 2023.

The American singer-songwriter, and only child of Elvis Presley, was declared dead at 54 following a cardiac arrest.

Her mother, Priscilla Presley, issued a heart-wrenching statement at that time after her daughter was rushed to the hospital.

It has since been disclosed by the LA County Coroner that Presley’s death was due to a small bowel obstruction.

According to a TMZ report, the precise medical term is sequelae of small bowel obstruction, indicating that complications from this condition led to her demise.

The document released does not constitute the full report, and toxicology results are anticipated at a future date.

When she announced her daughter’s death earlier this year, a grieving Priscilla said: ‘With great sorrow, I have to disclose the tragic news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie is no longer with us.

‘She was the strongest, most passionate, and loving woman I have ever encountered.’

Presley’s final public appearance took place just two days before her death, at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills.

She attended the event with Austin Butler, an Elvis star and friend, to celebrate his Best Actor award for his portrayal of her father.

Hundreds of mourners assembled at Graceland, the mansion in Memphis, Tennessee where Presley was born and which she inherited from her father following his death.

This is also the burial site of her son, Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide in 2020, at the age of 27.

Recently, Priscilla and Riley Keough have settled disputes over Presley’s will, following several months of legal strife.

Shortly after Presley’s death, there were widespread reports of family discord over amendments to her trust, with her mother speculated to be questioning the legitimacy of an amendment that excluded her from the arrangements.

However, it is believed all parties were satisfied when a consensus was reached in an LA court in May.

People Magazine stated that the legal team of the Daisy Jones actress will submit the paperwork, with another hearing set for August 4.

Priscilla’s lawyers, as quoted in the publication, stated, ‘A settlement has been reached. The families are content.’

Riley’s team confirmed that she ‘would not have consented to the settlement if she wasn’t satisfied with it’.

In addition to Riley, 34, Presley is survived by her twins, Harper and Finley Lockwood, 14, who she shared with her ex-husband, Michael Lockwood.

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