Shaun Weiss, 39, who is known for his role as "Greg Goldberg" in the popular Mighty Ducks films, was arrested in the early morning hours of August 4 after police found him acting oddly with a flashlight outside a closed business in Northern California while under the influence of drugs, according to People.
Weiss' manager previously confirmed the news to Page Six, saying that the "Ducks" star's sentence already began, and he remained optimistic about his life after he serves his jail time.
Weiss's rough mugshot is a far cry from the fresh face he displayed on camera in the three-part Ducks franchise in the 90s.
According to police reports the group were "behaving erratically with flashlights" and the officers quickly suspected they were under the influence of drugs and alcohol. According to TMZ, he was released after a few hours and was not cited.More news: Manafort trial: Star witness testifies against ex-Trump aide
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This is not the first arrest for Weiss.
He was arrested, booked, and released. People reported that Weiss was allegedly seen stumbling around a property near Warner Bros. studios in Burbank, Calif. for that incident.
Weiss played Goldberg the goalie in all three "Mighty Ducks" films and appeared in the 1995 movie "Heavy Weights".
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