MIGHTY Ducks actor, Shaun Weiss, has resurfaced and is looking healthier and happier after seeking treatment for his meth addiction.
The former child actor was arrested in January after breaking into a home while high on meth.
The 41-year-old, who was better known for playing Goldberg in the Disney movie, was photographed late March with his friend, Drew Gallagher.
The two were out getting breakfast and Shaun looked like he had put on a few healthy pounds since his arrest.
He was wearing a blue jacket and sunglasses as he looked at the camera.
Shaun also shared the photo on his social media and wrote: "SHAUN WEISS UPDATE: Shaun is in a great new facility and is thriving!
"THATS the most important thing."
TMZ, who was the first to get a hold of the picture, reported that the former child actor had been in rehab since March – just after getting out of jail.
However, according to TMZ, he had to be transferred to a second facility when the coronavirus pandemic started because he has diabetes.
Before his arrest, he had reportedly been living in the streets, as well.
Back in January, Shaun allegedly broke into a man’s garage in Van Nuys, California and smashed his car windshield at around 7 a.m.
Marysville Police were sent to the address after reports of a burglary and when they arrived found him ransacking the car.
“Officers noticed shattered glass on the ground and observed that the passenger window to the vehicle was broken,” said the force.
Shaun was ordered out of the car and taken into custody and cops said the former actor displayed symptoms of being high on methamphetamine.
He was booked into the Yuba County Jail and was being held in lieu of $52,500 bail.
He had been battling a meth addiction and once admitted unless he got help his "life was in imminent danger."
Shaun's arrest is the latest in a recent series of brushes with the law.
In 2017, he was sentenced to 90 days in prison after he was caught just five days after being released from jail for stealing $151 of goods from an electrical store.
At the time he posted on Facebook that he felt his life had reached "below rock bottom”.
He was also arrested in December 2018 for shoplifting after he checked into a rehab facility following his high-profile arrest for public intoxication in the summer.
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