"School of Rock" Star Apologizes after DUI
After he was involved in a DUI incident last month, "School of Rock" star Joey Gaydos Jr. came with a statement which he sent to TMZ to apologize publicly for the terrible mistake he has done.
"Some of you may have seen video footage of me on shows like TMZ, or your local news regarding an unfortunate incident I had a few weeks ago. The first thing I would like to say is, I made a HUGE mistake, and I really regret my actions. What I did was wrong, and all I can say is, I'm sorry to anyone I may have let down, I'm only human, and we ALL make mistakes," the 17-year-old star confessed. In addition, the "School of Rock" kid wanted to thank everybody who supported him during this period.
We have to admit the statement is quite touching but this is no excuse for his behavior of last month. In fact, Joey Gaydos Jr. made more than one mistake. Not only did he used alcohol, which is illegal at his age, but he also got behind the wheel without being aware of the terrible consequences drinking and driving might have on the road safety. He was trying to drive away from a Taco Bell in Michigan when he was busted by cops. Following the DUI incident, he was arrested.
"When I heard we had someone from 'School of Rock,' I thought it was that big guy, Black. Then I heard it was that goofy guy who plays the guitar!" said the Van Buren Township police.
Joey Gaydos Jr. made his film debut in the musical comedy "The School of Rock" and formed a trio called The Joey Gaydos Group in 2005. They released their first album in July 2006.