Lisa Marie Presley ordered to pay estranged husband $100,000


Lisa Marie Presley has been ordered to hand over $100,000 to her estranged husband, despite claiming she’s almost broke.

The judge in her divorce case has told the rocker to pay up in 30 days, according to TMZ.

The ruling comes after her soon-to-be ex, Michael Lockwood, alleged Lisa has been lying about her assets. He insists she is making a lot more money than she claims.

But it’s not the big win Lockwood was hoping for – he wanted $450,000 to cover his legal bills.

Earlier this month (Feb18), Lisa Marie sued her ex-business manager, Barry Siegel, accusing him of mishandling her fortune and costing her millions.

The rocker daughter of Elvis Presley claimed Siegel was responsible for dwindling her $100 million down to just $14,000 by behaving like a celebrity.

She is suing for breach of trust, negligence and constructive fraud.

Her legal complaint came days after Lisa Marie revealed she is more than $16 million in debt.

Siegel has also filed his own lawsuit, insisting his former client’s out-of-control spending is to blame for her financial struggles.

Siegel told The Blast, “It’s clear Lisa Marie is going through a difficult time in her life and looking to blame others instead of taking responsibility for her actions.”