The actor who played Goldberg the goalie in The Mighty Ducks was arrested for public intoxication over the weekend in Northern California. He was transported and booked into the Butte County Jail. TMZ was told police cut him a break after he spent a few hours in the "drunk tank".
This is not the first arrest for Weiss.
'Mighty Ducks' actor Shaun Weiss was shockingly arrested in Northern California on August 4 after he was reportedly found acting bizarrely with a flashlight while under the influence of drugs. That arrest came just 5 days after he'd been sentenced to 150 days in jail for stealing $151 worth of stuff from an electronics store. In 2017, he was sentenced to 90 days in prison after being arrested on a methamphetamine charge in Burbank, California. His representative called the jail sentence "the best thing for him", adding: "He has hit his bottom".
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Weiss' rep has not commented on his latest brush with the law.
In addition to the "Mighty Ducks" franchise, which lasted three movies, Weiss previously was featured in "Heavyweights", "Freaks and Geeks", "The King of Queens" and "The Tony Danza Show".
Oroville police said officers found Weiss near a business and he appeared to be under the influence of drugs. 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.