‘Monkees’ Singer Davy Jones — Weed-Type Drug in System at Time of Death

Monkees” singer Davy Jones died with cannabinoids in his system — a class of drug that includes marijuana — this according to his autopsy report.

It”s unclear if the cannabinoids in question were from smoking marijuana, or from something else entirely — but the report is clear … the cannabinoids did NOT play a role in Davy”s death.

The toxicology report came back negative for other drugs.

The report also confirms what our sources first reported … Davy died of a heart attack — with severe build-up in his arteries.

As we first reported, Davy suffered the heart attack in February, while visiting his horses at a Florida ranch. He was pronounced dead shortly after at a nearby hospital.

Davy was 66.