Elvis Presley's twin granddaughters are now in the custody of California's Department of Children and Family Services after their mother Lisa Marie Presley found disturbing images and videos of children on their father's computer.
Presley claims she found a stash of disturbing videos and images of children on her fourth husband Michael Lockwood's computer, according to court papers obtained by the Daily Mail.
"I was shocked and horrified and sick to my stomach," Presley, who is in the process of divorcing from Lockwood, said in court papers.
Presley said that the Beverly Hills Police Department found 80 of Lockwood's devices during a raid of her home. She added that authorities are still in possession of those devices, and that the devices have not been fully analyzed.
"My understanding is that Tennessee law enforcement is also conducting an investigation related to the photos and videos that I discovered," Presley said, according to the court documents. "I have no idea what else may be on those devices and fear that there are more and worse images and evidence in these un-analyzed devices."
Presley and Lockwood were married in a $340,000 ceremony in Kyoto, Japan in 2006, but separated last June. Presley claims all of her $300 million fortune is gone, and said she has to pay for two nannies to watch over her children when Lockwood visits.
In January, Lockwood demanded that a post-nuptial agreement signed between the couple in 2007 be torn up. The document stated that neither party should have a claim on the assets of the other in the event the marriage doesn't work out.
Lockwood claims he was coerced into signing the document. He is now demanding $40,000 a month spousal support and $100,000 for legal costs. Presley said she will not be paying a dime, according to court documents filed in Los Angeles in February.
A trial has been set for March to determine the future of 8-year-old girls Finley and Harper Lockwood, The Sun reported.