The son of actor Charles Levin believes his dad's death was an accident.
In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Jesse Levin said he doesn't think foul play was involved in the star’s passing.
"As of right now, I have no suspicions that this is anything other than a tragic accident," Jesse said. "I'm heading up there right now, and I'll know more information then."
Charles, who was best known for his roles on Seinfeld and Law & Order, was found dead alongside his pug, Boo Bear, on Sunday, July 14.
According to Grant Pass officials, the 70-year-old had been missing for a week when searchers located his car in a remote part of Oregon.
Authorities discovered Charles' dog inside his vehicle, and found his remains hours later in a "steep and rugged" area, a spokesperson from the Grant Pass Public Safety Department told Radar.
A medical examiner is expected to provide a final identification of the actor along with his cause of death later today.
Jesse reported his father missing after not hearing from him for several days. He said Charles was in the process of moving homes when he died.
The actor is survived by sons Jesse and Ben, and daughter Kate.
R.I.P. Charles Levin.