Lisa Marie Presley and ex-husband Danny Keough are living together.
The pair, who were married from October 1988 until May 1994, have been seeking comfort from one another following the tragic suicide of their son and are now living in a new home with Lisa Marie's 12-year-old twin daughters, Harper and Finley, The Sun has revealed.
Elvis Presley's only daughter had previously been staying with Keough at the Beverly Hills Hotel after selling her former $2 million property, a source revealed.
"Danny has moved around a lot in the past but came back to be by Lisa's side immediately when they were left devastated by Ben's death; he was staying with her at the Beverly Hills Hotel," the insider said. "They are now living with family at a new house in Calabasas and have been grieving together, it's been an extraordinarily difficult time, and he's been a rock for Lisa."
The source added, although Lisa Marie and Keough are "very close again," they are not romantically involved. They have barely left the house as they mourn the loss of their 27-year-old son, Benjamin, who died in July from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Calabasas, California.
"Lisa is still completely shattered," the source added. "Ben was her whole world and she's struggling to see sense in what has happened; it's going to be a long time before she feels any better."
In December, Lisa Marie was granted joint custody of Harper and Finley with her ex-husband Michael Lockwood. They have been fighting a bitter divorce and custody battle since 2016, when they split after 10 years of marriage. Lockwood has accused Lisa Marie of attempting to alienate him from their daughters and claimed to have been subject to "hyper-aggressive litigation" from her legal team, as well as "hearings spurred by baseless salacious allegations."
Earlier this year, Lockwood filed court documents asking the court strip Lisa Marie of primary custody of their daughters amid concerns that she will relapse into drug and alcohol dependency following Benjamin's suicide.
However, in a final judgment the court noted their "communication difficulties" likely had a greater negative impact on their children than Lisa Marie's personal issues, Taste of Country reported. As a result, they were granted joint custody.
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