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Elvis Presley’s grandkids in foster care amid shocking revelations

by Alan Duke, Reporter & 'Crime Stories With Nancy Grace' Co-host

Lockwood has not been charged or arrested. All of these allegations arise solely out of the divorce and custody filings by Presley.

Update from Crime Online Staff: The Daily Mail reports that Lisa Marie Presley estranged husband Michael Lockwood claims that she broke court rules by revealing the allegations of disturbing photos and video of children being on his computer.

“I am disgusted that (she) described unproven allegations about me…in a declaration that she filed in this court’s publicly accessible records,” Lockwood said in new filings.

“As I experienced during our more than 10-year marriage and as I believe this court will learn (Presley) has great difficulty being honest and she rarely, if ever, accepts personal responsibility for her own wrongdoing,” he added.

Lockwood also hinted at allegations against Presley, saying “allegations against both of us have not been unproven.”

Original Story by Alan Duke:

Elvis Presley’s twin granddaughters have been placed in foster care until a Los Angeles judge can consider their safety in light of a shocking discovery inside their parents’ home, according to court documents via The Daily Mail.

Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of the king of rock ’n roll, said in a sworn court filing that she found “hundreds of inappropriate photos” and “disturbing video” on her estranged husband’s computers.

Presley filed for divorce from Michael Lockwood, her husband of 10 years, last June citing irreconcilable differences. The revelation that the children were taken by social workers came in a new filing by Presley.

“The Beverly Hills Police Department executed a search warrant and removed over 80 of his devices which they have not analyzed and have not released,” Presley wrote. “My understanding is that Tennessee law enforcement is also conducting an investigation related to the photos and videos that I discovered.”

A court hearing is scheduled for March to consider if the California Department of Children and Family Services should return the two eight-year-old girls to their mother.

Lockwood has not been charged or arrested. All of these allegations arise solely out of the divorce and custody filings by Presley.

Read our full story here.

Nancy Grace and Alan Duke discuss the revelations in this explode of “Crime Stories With Nancy Grace.”

[Feature Photo: AP/Carlo Allegri/Invision]

Alan’s journalism career began as a way to pay for his plan to become a lawyer, but he soon realized being a courtroom reporter was a lot more fun than sitting at a defense table. Duke covered many of the nation’s most sensational crime stories over his 26 years at CNN. Duke’s closely covered domestic terrorism cases for CNN, including the Oklahoma City federal building bombing, the UNABOMBER and search for Southeast bomber Eric Robert Rudolph. CNN moved Duke to Los Angeles in 2009 to cover the entertainment beat, much of his time was spent talking to cops, coroners and lawyers. His reporting on the investigation that followed Michael Jackson’s death — and two subsequent trials — included many revelations about the singer’s life and death.   Since leaving CNN in 2014, Duke has contributed to the Reelz Channel “Copycat Killers” documentary series. He is a co-founder and editor-in-chief for LeadStories.com.