'School of Rock' Kid Arrested Four Times for Stealing Guitars

Michael Gaydos Jr. in 2019 and in

Michael Gaydos Jr. in 2019 and in"School of Rock in 2003

Joey Gados Jr., better known for his role as young guitarist Zack "Zack-Attack" Mooneyham in School of Rock, is now facing charges for stealing guitars in Florida, according to TMZ.

You might remember him as Zack "Zack-Attack" Mooneyham in the 2003 Jack Black film School of Rock. It seems the guitarist's tastes have expanded beyond the Flying V he famously brandished in the film.

The one-time child star and current Florida man was captured by police four times in the last five weeks after allegedly stealing the guitars and an amplifier, according to the gossip outlet. But in the state of Flordia, actor Joey Gaydos Jr.is a potential felon.

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Further incidents occurred on February 14th and February 25th, with Joey Gaydos Jr. reportedly getting into the habit of lifting guitars from music stores and then attempting to sell them to local pawn shops.

Joey has stolen a blue Les Paul Epiphone Prophecy priced at $800, a black Fender Stratocaster priced at $699, and a Gibson Les Paul gold top priced at $1,900.

Florida police say that Gaydos Jr has confessed and blamed a drug problem, pleading not guilty to the theft of the guitars, while he's yet to submit a plea for the amp case.

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