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Lisa Marie Presley’s Children in Protective Custody after ‘Disturbing’ Find on Husband’s Computer

Lisa Marie Presley’s twin girls, Finley and Harper Lockwood, are the light of her life, but now, they are in the hands of California’s Department of Children and Family Services.

This is after Presley made a “sick” discovery on her husband, Michael Lockwood’s, personal computer.

According to court documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Presley claimed that she found “inappropriate” images of children on his computer. She said in the court documents:

“I disclosed my concerns about the hundreds of inappropriate photos that I discovered that [Lockwood] had taken as well as disturbing video footage and behavior.”

She continued:

“When I discovered the photos on [Lockwood’s] computer, and viewed the videos, I was shocked and horrified and sick to my stomach. I had no idea that [Lockwood] had taken these photos.”

According to the documents, Beverly Hills Police obtained a search warrant and removed “over 80 of his devices” for investigation. She also said that Tennessee law enforcement may be “conducting an investigation.”

As a result, Presley claimed that her children were taken into protective custody by social workers, according to the Daily Mail. The documents read:

“Our daughters are temporarily under the care of DCFS, pursuant to dependency court orders.”

Presley married Lockwood in 2006 and soon gave birth to their now 8-year-old twins.

But a decade after they tied the knot, their marriage seemed to take a turn for the worse.

She filed for divorce in June 2016, but it has not been finalized.

The recent allegations emerged February 7, in court documents filed by Presley. In the documents, she asked that the court deny her estranged husband’s request for $40,000 per month in spousal support and $100,000 in attorney fees – citing the photos and a prenuptial agreement.

But Lockwood is shooting back at Presley. He called the allegations “unproven” in legal documents obtained by the Telegraph. He said:

“I am disgusted that (she) described unproven allegations about me…in a declaration that she filed in this court’s publicly accessible records.

It is particularly distasteful that (she) has placed more value on trying to damage my reputation than on the fact that her false statements may be brought to our daughters’ attention.”

Presley has yet to make a public statement.