Peter Robbins, the former voice of Charlie Brown on animated TV specials and movies, reacts as he is sentenced to probation in San Diego.
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A California man who as a child actor voiced the cartoon character Charlie Brown was charged Friday with threatening a judge, a witness and the San Diego County sheriff at a court hearing meant to sentence him for other charges.Peter Robbins, 59, had faced up to three years and two months in state prison for violating his probation after he earlier admitting charges of stalking and making threats.Robbins cried through the hearing, according to Deputy District Attorney Brenda Daly.The judge Friday set bail on the new charges at $250,000 .
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