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“Lisa Marie’s friends suspect she’s back on drugs,” claimed an insider.
“She only leaves the house to go to doctors’ offices or the dentist, and often seems out of it. The church had enough of her. She was too much of a loose cannon.”
Elvis Presley’s daughter — who’s admitted to abusing cocaine and has done multiple stints in rehab — was a devout follower of the Church of Scientology for nearly four decades until she quit in 2012, claiming it was “taking my soul, my money, my everything.”
But according to insiders, Presley tried to rejoin the church after filing for divorce from fourth hubby Michael Lockwood. High-ranking Scientologists accompanied the 50-year-old singer to a court showdown with Lockwood, 57, last year.
But since then, Scientology officials have branded Presley a “suppressive person” and distanced themselves from her, insiders said.
Despite that decision, Presley’s first ex-hubby, Danny Keough, and their actress daughter, Riley Keough, remain devout members of the Church of Scientology. Now Riley, 29, wants the church to reinstate her troubled mother and welcome her half-sisters, ten-year-old twins Finley and Harper. “Riley is annoyed because she can’t be associated with a ‘suppressive person,’ and she’s desperate to work her way up the church’s ranks,” noted an insider. “She doesn’t want to cut her mother off, so she’s speaking to church leaders.”
Riley has also taken the twins to visit the church and introduced them to Church of Scientology members, hoping they’ll want to know more, said the source. “Riley has lots of influence over the girls. If they get involved in the church early, they may never get out,” added the insider.
Presley mother, Priscilla, still practices Scientology, but sources said Elvis would be “spinning in his grave” if he knew his entire family had been hooked in by the pseudo-religion! According to pal Marty Lacker, The King wanted nothing to do with the cult after visiting the Scientology Center in L.A. and allegedly told him: “All they want is my money.”
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