Lisa Marie Presley's half-brother was rushed to the emergency room — where he got 34 staples in his head! — just days before her death after being "attacked" by a 2,000-pound camel, and it was all witnessed by Priscilla Presley.
Elvis Presley's ex nearly lost two children within two weeks.
Navarone Garibaldi Garcia, who Priscilla shares with ex Marco Garibaldi, told People magazine he was feeding a camel at a sanctuary outside of Los Angeles when the animal turned on him.
"When I ran out of food, it bit me by the hand and lifted me up almost off my feet," he said. "It then dropped me on the ground and pounced. While it was pouncing on me, it literally got my whole head in its mouth and bit me."
Priscilla, Navarone said, was "freaking out" and "traumatized" in witnessing the whole ordeal.
The heavy camel, which was previously been abused in a circus, wouldn't get off Navarone, but a dog on site came to the rescue.
"The dog knew something was wrong and was freaking out and going at its face," he says. "That's what got the camel off."
Workers at the animal sanctuary called 911, but the Them Guns frontman wanted to go to a hospital closer to his home.
"When we got to the emergency room, it was funny because everybody was sitting there with nothing too serious looking, meanwhile I had blood all over me," he says.
After getting 34 staples in his head, Navarone feels normal again.
"I mean, I was happy I survived before, but now it's like, thank God I survived," he says. "My mom would've lost two kids in two weeks."
Lisa, Elvis' only child, passed away on Jan. 12 after going into cardiac arrest.