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Man Who Was Voice Of Charlie Brown Sent To Drug Facility For Stalking

Man Who Was Voice Of Charlie Brown Sent To Drug Facility For Stalking

The former child actor who was the voice of Charlie Brown in the 1960s “Peanuts” animated television specials was sentenced to a year in jail on Wednesday and immediately ordered to a residential drug treatment center by a California judge who told him: “Don’t be a blockhead.”

Peter Robbins, 56, who choked up while reading a letter of apology to the court, had pleaded guilty last month to two felony counts of stalking and making criminal threats against his girlfriend, Shawna Kern, and a plastic surgeon who had performed her breast implant surgery.

Although he was sentenced to a year in jail, he was given credit for time served and ordered to spend the next eight months in a drug treatment facility. He will then serve five years of probation.

“I realize this is the first step towards becoming the fun-loving, respectful person I was and hope to be again,” Robbins said in his apology. “I love Shawna and wish her my best.”

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