Lisa Marie Presley cause of death has been revealed
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A small bowel obstruction caused Lisa Marie Presley’s death, according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner.

The report listed “Cause A” as a “sequel to small bowel obstruction.”

The cause of death was also listed as “other significant conditions.” Her mode of death was listed as “natural.”

Elvis Presley passed away on Jan. 12 at the age of 54.

She had complained of stomach pain earlier in the day, according to the autopsy report. According to the Associated Press, Presley suffered a common complication after bariatric surgery years ago. 

According to the Mayo Clinic, people often undergo this procedure when other weight loss methods have not worked or if they suffer from a serious medical condition.

Sheriff’s deputies responded to a “not breathing call” at Presley’s Calabasas home in January and transported her to a hospital, authorities confirmed.

Lieutenant Zeko of Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department confirmed officers responded to a call “for a female adult who wasn’t breathing. The fire department rendered aid to the patient, and she was transported to a hospital.”

Her father Elvis Presley was a singer-songwriter, and her mother Priscilla Presley was a singer-songwriter. From Priscilla’s 20-year relationship with Marco Garibaldi, she also had a half brother, Navarone Garibaldi.


A settlement was reached in Lisa Marie’s estate in May between Priscilla and her oldest daughter Riley Keough. A beneficiary of the estate was named as Keough, 33.

Lisa Marie Presley died Jan. 12 at the age of 54.

The family has resolved all confusion regarding the court case and Priscilla’s request for document interpretation after Lisa Marie’s untimely passing, her representatives told Fox News Digital.

While the media identified such a plea as a lawsuit, I want to clarify that there was no lawsuit filed against my granddaughter. As a family, we are delighted that we were able to resolve this issue.”

Los Angeles Times reports that Priscilla, 77, challenged Lisa Marie’s 2016 amendment that replaced her business manager and mother with her oldest children as beneficiaries.

Priscilla continued, “I hope everyone will give me and my family the privacy we need to grieve Lisa Marie and spend time together. I love and appreciate everyone, and the Presley family has grown stronger than ever.”

Riley is the only beneficiary of Lisa Marie’s son Benjamin Keough, who committed suicide in 2020.