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Lisa Marie Presley Ditches Drugs Amid Custody War: I Don't Want To Die Like My Dad!

Jul. 5 2017, Published 10:21 a.m. ET

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Wild child Lisa Marie Presley has finally decided to take the route of sobriety following her tragic battle with drugs, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.

"It appears Lisa Marie's finally turned over a new leaf, and not a moment too soon," a pal close to the star confessed.

As Radar has exclusively learned, the 49-year-old singer kicked her deadly pill habit and is currently undergoing physical therapy. The faded star has been going back to her roots and focusing on her music, thanks to A-lister pal Pink.

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"Lisa Marie has also gotten support from friends like Pink, who's encouraged her to get back into singing and songwriting to deal with her demons," added the pal.

Earlier this year, Presley was spotted looking bony and ill after blowing her famous dad's billion-dollar fortune on partying and drugs.

"She finally realized that she was killing herself, and decided that she didn't want to end up like her dad!" said the source.

Now, it seems the mother of four has finally realized where her bad habit was taking her, correcting her behavior before heading to an early grave like her late father, Elvis Presley.

Confessed the star's close friend: "And instead of popping pills to deal with her pain, Lisa Marie is seeing a physical therapist! Things are finally looking up for her!"

Meanwhile, the star has been embroiled in a bitter custody battle with estranged hubby Michael Lockwood, 56, over 8-year-old twins Harper and Finley.

But in recent weeks, Presley finally agreed to allow Lockwood unsupervised visitation with their twins.

"Everyone feels Lisa Marie's turned a corner," claimed the source. "Now we'll see whether she can stay on the straight and narrow!"

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