Lisa Marie Presley Died After a Second Cardiac Arrest; Her Family Signed a DNR
Lisa Marie Presley’s family reportedly signed a “do not resuscitate” order before the singer died in the hospital after a second cardiac arrest.
Sources say that when the singer was rushed to the hospital on Thursday, she was found to have no brain activity, so doctors put her in a coma.
The singer’s family decided to sign a DNR after hearing that her condition was “critical” in case she had another cardiac arrest, which she did, according to TMZ.
On Thursday morning, Lisa Marie’s housekeeper found her body in her California home. She was not moving. Daniel Keough, her first ex-husband and the man she lived with, did CPR until paramedics came.
She “coded multiple times” at the hospital after the EMTs used epinephrine to bring her back to life. Her mother, Priscilla Presley, later said, “My beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us.”
In a statement that was sent to several news outlets, she said, “She was the most passionate, strong, and loving woman I have ever known.”
Since her tragic death, many famous people have paid tribute to the Princess of Rock and Roll. These people include “Elvis” star Austin Butler and two of her ex-husbands, Nicholas Cage and Michael Lockwood.
Family members told Page Six on Friday that she would be buried at Graceland with her father, Elvis Presley, and her son Benjamin, who killed himself.
She is survived by her mother and three daughters: Riley, who is 33, Finley, who is 14, and Harper, who is 14. Riley, Finley, and Harper will get the famous Tennessee estate.
Even though the late singer is said to have lost most of the $100 million she inherited over the years, Rolling Stone says Elvis’ home is worth between $400 and $500 million.
No official cause of death has been given, and Page Six sources say that there were no drugs at the scene of the crime.
More to Read:
- Rod Stewart and Jimmy Page Other Rock Stars Remember Jeff Beck
- Republicans Attempt to Govern After Being Elected House Speaker
- Teresa Giudice Says She “Can’t Relate” to Jen Shah’s Prison Sentence