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Former Mighty Ducks star Shaun Weiss, will reportedly go directly from jail to a rehab facility to fight his ongoing struggle with addiction.
According to TMZ, Weiss, who played goalie Goldberg, is in all three films in “the Mighty Ducks” movies, is being released from the jail in Yuba County, California, usa. so early on Thursday to head straight to a rehab facility in Orange County.
‘MIGHTY DUCKS’ STAR SHAUN WEISS HAS REPORTEDLY BEEN ARRESTED FOR SHOP-LIFTING
He will reportedly undergo a one week “detox” and spend 90 days in a treatment facility. After that, he will be a part of an intensive outpatient-partial, aftercare, sober, in-house program before it is officially handed over to a sober living home.
Representatives of the Yuba County D. A., was not available when reached by Fox News for comment.
Shaun Weiss, 40, appeared disheveled in a mugshot from his Jan. 26 arrest in Marysville, Calif.
(Marysville Police Dept.)
A Yuba County judge reportedly agrees to the proposal, and to give the child a star, it would have a shot at cleaning up his act. In the former, the actor, 41, was arrested in Marysville, Calif. in January, the act of breaking into someone’s garage and gain access to auto.
“Officers arrived on the scene, and it is in contact with the owner, who advised that he witnessed an unknown man in his garage who can’t sit down,” the police statement at the time read it.
‘MIGHTY DUCKS’ STARS, SHAUN WEISS, WAS ARRESTED FOR PUBLIC INTOXICATION
“Officers made entry into the garage and saw a male subject inside the homeowner’s vehicle,” the statement continued. “Weiss forced entry to gain access to the vehicle by shattering a window. The officers noticed broken glass on the floor, and noticed that the passenger window of the car was broken.”
“Mighty Ducks star Shaun Weiss, will reportedly enter rehab, after a Jan. By 2020 the arrest
(GettyImages /Oroville Police Department)
As for the police, and took Weiss into custody, officers noted he displayed “symptoms of being under the influence of methamphetamine,” according to the press release.
The incident follows two other arrests that have happened in the end of 2018. One Was for public intoxication and the other for north america.
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TMZ notes that the nature of the treatment, Weiss is expected to be received, however, it will not be cheap. The outlet reports that on a prominent TV show that reached Weiss’ team, and opted for the rehab facility, and has agreed to sponsor its restoration.
Fox News, by Melissa Roberto, contributed to this report.