FREEPORT, Bahamas - An official with a Bahamian funeral home says Jett Travolta's death certificate says he was killed by a "seizure." Glen Campbell is assistant director of the funeral home handling the remains of John Travolta's 16-year-old son.
He tells The Associated Press that the body is in "great condition" and shows no sign of head trauma, despite police officials who said the teen may have hit his head on a bathtub.
Authorities performed an autopsy Monday but didn't release the results. Campbell said the certificate was based on the autopsy findings, and gave no information on the cause of death beyond the word "seizure."
Jett Travolta's body is now at the Grand Bahama airport en route for burial in Ocala, Florida.