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The actor who gave a voice to Charlie Brown in the 1960s could spend up to nine years in prison, CNN reports. Peter Robbins, who was nine years old when he first voiced Charlie Brown, pleaded not guilty yesterday in San Diego Superior Court to four counts of threatening and one stalking charge.
Robbins was arrested late Sunday by Border Patrol while returning to the U.S. from Mexico. Victims of the alleged threats and stalking include Robbins' ex-girlfriend, a La Jolla plastic surgeon, and a San Diego police sergeant.
Robbins was the voice of Charlie Brown for four years, including in the movies "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown." His official biography says he is now a real estate agent in Oceanside, Calif., and has a dog named Snoopy.
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