TMZ reported that Lisa Marie Presley went into “full [cardiac] arrest” at her Los Angeles area home Thursday morning. TMZ said Presley was given epinephrine and had a pulse before being taken to the hospital.
Update: Fox News and ET confirmed hospitalization.
EMTs responded to a call reporting a possible cardiac arrest, and upon arrival paramedics performed CPR on Lisa Marie, TMZ reported.
The outlet noted that paramedics were able to find a pulse before she was transported to the hospital.
It’s unclear what her condition is at this point, but we know she’s getting treatment in a hospital.
Lisa Marie was just seen at the Golden Globes Tuesday night, where she and her mother watched Austin Butler win for his portrayal of The King in the eponymous biopic.
12:05 PM PT — We’re told Lisa Marie Presley went into “full arrest” … our sources say someone administered epinephrine at the scene at least one time in order to help Presley regain a pulse.
Lisa Marie Presley has been rushed to a hospital after EMTs responded to her home for a possible cardiac arrest … TMZ has learned.
Sources directly connected to Lisa Marie tell TMZ … paramedics performed CPR Thursday at her house in Calabasas before rushing to a hospital. We’re also told they were able to regain a pulse before she was transported.
UPDATE: ET Online confirms TMZ report:
Lisa Marie Presley was rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after going into full cardiac arrest, ET has confirmed.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department tells ET that deputies responded to Presley’s Calabasas home at the request of the Los Angeles County Fire Department at approximately 10:40 a.m. Upon arrival, deputies saw paramedics working on a 54-year-old female who was in cardiac arrest. The spokesperson said paramedics were able to help Presley regain a pulse, at which point she was transferred to a nearby hospital. No further details were provided.