mighty Ducks” Star Sean Weiss Trying to fix it.

The Yuba County District Attorney’s Office announced that the former actor graduated from a drug court program in California this week.

Graduation also means that the Weiss theft case is dismissed in the county. He was arrested last January in Marysville, Calif., for breaking into a man’s garage and entering his car.

The feat follows a turbulent period for Weiss, who has faced many obstacles in recent years amid conflict. Addiction. He first entered the Yuba County Drug Court program on March 3, 2020.

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The Yuba County DA’s office praised him for his recovery in statements shared on the agency’s Facebook account.

“Shaun demonstrated perseverance during his recovery complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic. He had to transfer treatment and transitional life programs on several occasions. He underwent dental reconstructive surgery, and a close family member was given a visit during his treatment. suffered a serious accident.” the agency wrote in a statement.

The statement continues, “Sean regained employment and is traveling around the country making guest appearances and signing autographs. He received tremendous support from friends and fans of the character, Goldberg, who played his 1992 hit Starred in ‘The Mighty Ducks’.”

Photos of the actor that were released last fall showed a happier and healthier Weiss. In honor of reaching his 200 days of sobriety in September, a close friend named Drew Gallagher shared a photo of Weiss, then 42, almost unrecognizable in comparison to his mug shot stemming from his arrest in January . He showed off his new set of teeth in the picture.

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“Weiss is flourishing. His face and mouth feel like ‘tender flesh’ as ​​he recovers from each oral surgery, but he is feeling blessed to have a new set of permanent teeth. His progress has been smooth and steady. And that well is over. 225 days sober. More photos and videos soon,” Gallagher wrote on Facebook.

Gallagher created a GoFundMe page in early 2020 to help save Weiss’s life. The friend claimed that the actor had turned to drugs and was suffering from depression after losing his parents.

The GoFundMe page raised more than $13,000, and Gallagher confirmed in September that the money would be spent “on her quiet life as well as buying some groceries.”

Two other arrests were made in 2018 following the Weiss theft incident. was for one public intoxication and another to shop.

Weiss is best known in the “Mighty Ducks” franchise as goalkeeper Greg Goldberg.