“Mighty Ducks” Goalie Shaun Weiss Intoxication Bust: Sad, Shocking Mug Shot

By: Mike McPadden

Shaun Weiss attends PaleyFest 2011 Presents: Freaks & Geeks at Saban Theatre on March 12, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California; Shaun Weiss mug shot

Photo by: Getty Images; Oroville California Police

Getty Images; Oroville California Police

Shaun Weiss attends PaleyFest 2011 Presents: Freaks & Geeks at Saban Theatre on March 12, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California; Shaun Weiss mug shot

OROVILE, CA —Mighty Ducks costar Shaun Weiss was arrested Saturday for public intoxication. The 38-year-old actor, best known as Goldberg the goalie in the family film franchise, looks gaunt and bedraggled in a mug shot that has since gone viral.

Patrol officers reportedly picked up Weiss at 12:47 A.M. outside a closed business in Oroville, a town about an hour outside Sacramento. Weiss and three other individuals were said to be “behaving erratically” with flashlights.

Shaun Weiss

Photo by: Oroville California Police

Oroville California Police

Shaun Weiss

The passing cops asked what was going on and determined that Weiss seemed to be “under the influence of drugs.” The officers arrested Weiss for public intoxication, booked him into Butte County Jail and let him sleep it off.

The next day, Weiss was cut loose without charges, which is standard procedure for routine intoxication busts. The Oroville PD stated: “No further proceedings are desirable.”

Social media exploded on Tuesday after Weiss’s mug shot was shared online, with many fans exclaiming dismay over the actor they grew up watching in both the Mighty Ducksfilms and another Disney favorite, Heavyweights (1995).

In fact, Weiss has had his share of other troubles recently. In 2017, he was arrested for stealing $151 worth of electronics from a Fry’s store. Shortly after that, Weiss served 90 days in county jail for misdemeanor meth possession.

Neither the actor nor his reps have yet made any official comment.

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