Lisa Marie Presley was seen in a very rare public outing in New York this week.
The singer, Elvis’ daughter, visited Dylan’s Candy Bar on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for some late night sweets.
Presley, 51, was accompanied by daughter, Riley Keough, and her husband Ben Smith-Petersen.
It’s the first time Presley’s been spotted since the release of the explosive Leaving Neverland documentary, which detailed multiple allegations of child sexual abuse against Michael Jackson and in turn put her short-lived marriage to the pop star under the spotlight once more.
Presley and Jackson were married for two years in 1994, a union that happened when Jackson was facing unprecedented scrutiny about his private life — namely, his string of close friendships with little boys.
Presley filed for divorce in early 1996, citing “irreconcilable differences”.
Having fostered her own music career through the noughties, Presley has in more recent years shunned the limelight — the last time she was photographed on a red carpet was back in 2017:
Presley last year claimed her former business manager squandered her entire share of late father Elvis’ $US100 million ($135 million) fortune.
In court documents obtained by the Daily Mail, Presley alleged that Barry Siegel assured her that her finances were in “good shape” while he whittled her $US100 million ($135 million) trust down to just $US14,000 ($19,000) in poor investments, including a hefty investment in the American Idol holding company, which went bankrupt after the show’s initial run ended in April 2016.
Originally published as Lisa Marie spotted in rare public outing