Lisa Marie Presley has been ordered to pay a whopping $10,000 per month to aid in ex-husband Michael Lockwood's legal expenses, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The payments are set to begin on Wednesday, and will continue for the next five months, according to court papers obtained by TheWrap .
Luckily, Presley will not have to pay spousal support to Lockwood throughout the process, though the legal papers indicate that the court "retains jurisdiction" to order Presley to retroactively pay child support, if it's determined that a waiver of spousal support contained in a 2007 post-nuptial agreement between Presley and Lockwood is not valid, according to the publication.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the Beverly Hills P.D. officers confirmed they had taken several items from Lockwood's home amid accusations of "disturbing" images of children discovered on his computer.
Elvis's only daughter claimed in court papers that cops found 80 of Lockwood's devices during a raid, though they haven't been fully analyzed at this time.
"Nothing is sorted out yet," Lisa Marie's mom, Priscilla, said of the drama. "Everything is trying to be sorted out, and done with dignity and done with care, especially for the children."
As reported, the couple's twins, Harper and Finley, were put into Priscilla's care after what the 71-year-old star deemed the "commotion" surrounding her daughter's accusations.
Meanwhile, daughter Lisa Marie held nothing back in court documents filed against Lockwood.
"I was shocked, horrified, and sick to my stomach," the 49-year-old said in the papers of her alleged discovery on Lockwood's computer. "I have no idea what else may be on those devices and fear that there are more and worse images and evidence in these un-analyzed devices."
Presley and Lockwood married in 2006, filing for divorce ten years later in June 2016, the same month cops were called out.
Lockwood, 55, has strongly fired back at his ex-wife, saying he is "disgusted" by Presley's decision to go public with her claims, and calling the allegations "unproven."
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