Carter, 95, was asked about the legendary country crooner’s previous accounts of puffing on a “big fat Austin torpedo’’ atop 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the doc “Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President,’’ which came out in theaters this week, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
“[Nelson] says that his companion that shared the pot with him was one of the servants at the White House,’’ Carter said.
“That is not exactly true. It actually was one of my sons.’’
Carter, who has three sons, did not identify his pot-puffing kid, but it appeared clear he was talking about Chip —who has been famously linked to the ganga incident in the past.
Chip Carter, asked about his dad’s comments in the documentary,