Elvis and Priscilla Presley's lone child, Lisa Marie Presley, passed away on Thursday at the age of 54.

has a rock and roll heritage to leave behind, as well as a tumultuous financial path marked by losses and disputes involving money. 

Presley, a singer songwriter like her father, lacked the wealth to rank among the highest-paid entertainers on Forbes' list.

Additionally, some celebrity websites speculated that she may have died with a negative net worth.

When she sued her former manager in 2018, a thorough picture of her financial position became public.

Barry Siegel said that because of his poor financial management, her $100 million trust had been reduced to $14,000 in cash by 2016.

According to Reuters, the lawsuit also stated that Presley owed $500,000 on credit cards.

The lawsuit stated that Presley's "11-year odyssey to financial catastrophe" began in 2005.

Although the actual extent of Lisa's losses have not yet been determined, it is estimated that they exceed $100 million.