Lisa Marie Presley dropped her lawsuit against the National Enquirer, which had said she was suicidal. “I am satisfied with the settlement,” Presley said Wednesday, explaining the lawsuit was designed to send a message to tabloids that she won’t tolerate publication of untruths. Enquirer editor Steve Coz was outraged by Presley’s announcement. “She is lying if she means to suggest that she proved false the 1997 article,” Coz said from his Lantana FL office. “If Lisa Marie wanted a public airing of the facts surrounding these matters, she would not have dropped her lawsuit.” The tabloid reported that Presley, the ex-Mrs. Michael Jackson, tried to kill herself and performed self-mutilation, drawing blood from her body and scrawling, “Nobody loves me” and “I’m ugly” on her arms.

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