Mighty Duck Star Arrested in Oroville


"Mighty Ducks" star Shaun Weiss was arrested for public intoxication over the weekend, Fox News can confirm. He was transported and booked into the Butte County Jail.

(Left) Weiss during his days as Goldberg, the beloved Mighty Ducks' goalie and (right) during an event in 2015. This isn't Weiss' first legal run-in.

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In the subsequent mugshot that was released, Weiss appears gaunt and thin with patches of gray in his beard, a far cry from the well-known actor.

A USA court initially sentenced him to 150 days in jail for that crime, but he wound up being released after just 12 days due to prison overcrowding, which is a horribly depressing sentence. At the time, his manager, Don Gibble, told TMZ he had hoped jail would help Weiss get himself on a more productive path. His representative called the jail sentence "the best thing for him", adding: "He has hit his bottom". Authorities determined that Weiss, 38, was high on drugs when they found him outside a closed business complex, although they didn't know which specific substance he was on. "Hopefully he will stay clean and sober when he gets out".

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Weiss also starred in the movie "Heavyweights" but has not appeared in any film or television show in recent years. ABC Signature chief Tracy Underwood reportedly approached creator Steven Brill and producer Jordan Kerner about bringing back the story of a scrappy youth hockey team.

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