NASHVILLE — An autopsy confirmed that a country music star's son whose body was found in a Tennessee river in July drowned.
Jerry Greer's death was accidental, the autopsy report released Monday said. Greer, 19, was the son of entertainer
A toxicology report shows that at the time of his death, Greer tested positive for marijuana and a low level of alcohol in his system.
According to a case summary, Greer was riding on an inner tube behind a boat when the inner tube flipped and Greer went under the water. He did not surface and his body was discovered the following day about 9 p.m.
When rescue crews pulled Greer's body from the water he was still wearing a life jacket, authorities said.
Greer, who just graduated from Dickson County High School in May, planned to attend
Greer was close with his dad, an Army veteran who has had several hits, includingTough, Almost Home, That’s What I Love About Sunday and
Morgan is the host of Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors on the
Greer was one of Morgan’s four children.