A former child actor who provided the voice of Charlie Brown in a series of “Peanuts” specials has been hit with a hefty prison sentence. Us Weekly reports that Peter Robbins was sentenced Monday to four years and eight months.
“Robbins, 59, pleaded guilty last month to charges of making criminal threats, telling a San Diego courtroom that he had hired someone to kill Sheriff William Gore. He also admitted that he threatened the manager of a mobile home park,” the story reports.
Robbins, who was arrested in September at his home in Oceanside, Calif., reportedly told the judge he was previously diagnosed with bipolar disorder and paranoid schizophrenic disorder.