The bitter divorce and custody battle between Lisa Marie Presley and her estranged husband, Michael Lockwood, just got nastier, as the “Lights Out” singer, 51, plans to challenge a court-appointed psychologist’s report regarding their twin daughters.
According to court documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline, Presley said she “does not stipulate” to the results of the custody evaluation prepared by Dr. Mary Elizabeth Lund. In other words, Elvis Presley’s daughter doesn’t want the report to be admitted as evidence in her custody case against Lockwood, 58.
In March, a judge ordered Dr. Lund to look into the mental health of Presley, Lockwood and their twin girls, Finley and Harper, 11.
During these types of evaluations, the psychologist assigned to the case usually observes both parents alone and with the children, as well as other adults who spend a significant time with the girls, including nannies and teachers.
According to the court docs, Lund completed her report on November 19. The report has been sealed by the court but the judge will consider it when deciding on custody and visitation orders and determining what’s best for the children.