Lisa Marie Presley Rushed to Hospital, Possible Cardiac Arrest: Report
Lisa Marie Presley was reportedly rushed to the hospital today (1/12) after EMTs responded to her home for a possible cardiac arrest.
TMZ first reported the news. A source told the tabloid paramedics performed CPR Thursday at her house in Calabasas, Calif. before rushing to a hospital. They reported medical personnel was able to regain a pulse before she was transported.
The Hollywood Reporter added a spokesperson for the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department said some of their deputies responded to a cardiac arrest call in Calabasas for a woman in her 50s. The spokesperson didn’t confirm the woman in question was Lisa Marie, but they did confirm medical personnel on the scene were able to get a pulse before heading to the hospital. There are no further updates on her condition.
On Tuesday (1/10), Presley, daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, was at the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills. She and her mother were both in attendance and saw Austin Butler win a Globe for his portrayal of Elvis Presley in the film Elvis.
Lisa Marie was also joined by Butler and Elvis filmmaker Baz Luhrmann in L.A. on Sunday (1/8) when they attended a birthday bash for the King, himself. Baz and Austin flanked Lisa as they arrived at the Formosa Café in West Hollywood, one of Elvis’ favorite haunts when he was alive. Lisa’s daughter, Riley Keough, also stepped out for the party.