Priscilla Presley says daughter Lisa Marie has been ‘rushed to hospital’ following reported cardiac arrest

Lisa Marie Presley has been “rushed to hospital” just days after attending the Golden Globes, her mother Priscilla confirmed.

“My beloved daughter Lisa Marie was rushed to the hospital. She is now receiving the best care. Please keep her and our family in your prayers,” Priscilla tweeted, adding: “We feel the prayers from around the world and ask for privacy at this time.”

On Thursday (12 January), the singer and daughter of the late Elvis, was transferred to hospital after reportedly suffering a cardiac arrest in her Calabasas home.

Rolling Stone said it had confirmed the news with the Los Angeles County Fire Dept.A representative for Presley told The Independent they had “no comment at this time” regarding reports that she’d suffered a cardiac arrest.

When paramedics arrived on the scene TMZ reports they performed CPR on the 54-year-old before transporting her to hospital to receive additional medical care.

On Tuesday (10 January), Presley and her mother Priscilla were in attendance at the 80th Golden Globes in support of Austin Butler, who won Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his portrayal of the King of Rock in Baz Luhrmann’s biopic Elvis.

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During his acceptance speech, Butler said: “Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I love you forever.”

Presley is the only child of Priscilla and the late Elvis. She’s previously been public with her health struggles, including her road to sobriety following her addiction to opioids.

“You may read this and wonder how, after losing people close to me, I also fell prey to opioids,” Presley penned in a forward for Harry Nelson’s 2019 book The United States of Opioids.

“I was recovering after the [2008] birth of my daughters, Vivienne and Finley, when a doctor prescribed me opioids for pain. It only took a short-term prescription of opioids in the hospital for me to feel the need to keep taking them.”

In 2020, Presley’s 27-year-old son Benjamin Keough died from suicide. She opened up about feeling “destroyed” by his death in an essay for People.