A court has ordered Elvis Presley’s daughter Lisa Marie Presley to pay $10,000 a month for five months of her estranged husband Michael Lockwood’s legal expenses as she divorces him.
A point of contention is the couple’s 2007 post-nuptial agreement.
Lockwood was demanding that a post-nuptial agreement that the two had signed in 2007 should be torn up. He said that he had been coerced into signing it. The document said neither party should have a claim on the assets of the other in the event of the marriage breaking down.
Presley claims nearly all of her $300 million fortune is gone and that she has to pay for two nannies to go along as monitors when her husband visits the children.
Presley and Lockwood were married in January 2006 and Presley filed for divorce from him in June 2016.
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