Lisa Marie Presley doesn't want her husband, Michael Lockwood, spending time alone with their twins, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Elvis's daughter made the shocking demand for "monitored visitations" in her June 24 divorce filing, obtained by Radar.
The couple have two children, Harper and Finley, both 7, and Presley wants primary custody of both.
Presley cited "irreconcilable differences" in the documents, and claimed that she and Lockwood separated on June 13, although they hadn't been seen together for months. They married back on January 22, 2006.
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Strangely, Presley left completely blank the section regarding child support and spousal support, neither requesting nor relinquishing such payments.
She asked that both parties pay their own attorneys fees.