Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis Presley’s daughter, died of heart failure on Thursday after two heart attacks. Medical personnel attempted to recover her pulse with CPR when she was discovered lifeless in her Calabasas home. After resuscitation, the 54-year-old was taken to the hospital, where her family quickly arrived to be with her.

Doctors placed her on life support and a coma to keep Lisa Marie alive. Unfortunately, it was reported that Lisa Marie’s heart stopped again after being admitted to the hospital. Following what her family had already chosen, the medical professionals were not allowed to attempt resuscitation due to the diagnosis of brain death.

Many people have been shaken by the tragic news, as the renowned singer will be sorely missed.

Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis and Priscilla Presley’s cherished daughter, died from a second heart attack. Allegedly, her family members had signed off on a do not resuscitate order earlier in case such a scenario happened.

According to reports, she was surrounded by booze, prescription medicines, and even some illegal substances in the days before her death. Radar Online obtained photographic evidence of her drug den, which lends credence to this theory.

Lisa is thought to have struggled with drug addiction for many years and openly misused several substances, including marijuana, cocaine, sedatives, and alcohol. Unfortunately, despite her many efforts to stay clean and sober, these efforts were eventually futile, as evidence of her substance misuse was used against her when she filed for divorce from her ex-husband Michael Lockwood.

The 2016 images depicted the interior of Lisa Marie’s bedroom, where she would enter for days to engage in self-destructive behaviors. Many pill bottles were scattered across the room, as was a pile of white powder, most likely used for snorting drugs, and a variety of items required to do so, such as a plastic card and a split straw.

The drug had been obtained from several pharmacies in various towns and states, as evidenced by the twenty-nine pill bottles placed within a bag beside the bed. An open bottle of tequila and an array of junk food were kept on a cluttered cupboard beside the bathroom sink, next to packages of baby wipes.

Michael stated that his ex-wife would frequently escape to this room filled with food, trash, and illegal substances, alleging that she had once consumed eighty opioids and taken so many pills that she remained awake for days.

This terrifying circumstance made her family and friends fear that a single fix would be her undoing. Lisa Marie Presley died not long after these photographs were shot.