Peter Robbins — the former child actor known as the original voice of Peanuts character Charlie Brown — pleaded guilty on Tuesday to threatening to hire someone to kill San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore.
The now 59-year-old was arrested in September for the incident in which he threatened the Sheriff, a judge, and the manager of a mobile home park. At the time, he was living in Oceanside, CA with his dog Snoopy.
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Robbins told Superior Court Judge William Chidsey, Jr. he has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and paranoid schizophrenia:
"I'm mentally ill. I've committed no crime."
Robbins faces to four years and eight months in prison when sentenced in December.
This isn't the troubled El Lay native's first run-in with the law.
Two years ago he was given probation after being nabbed for felony stalking and threatening a former girlfriend and her plastic surgeon.
Robbins served four months in jail after violating probation by drinking alcohol, not finishing a domestic violence class, and removing his GPS tracking anklet.
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