SAN DIEGO, CA – From the very beginning, Charlie Brown has had trust issues, especially with women. Apparently the voice of Charlie Brown has his own issues.
Peter Robbins was Charlie Brown’s voice in the early TV specials and movies.
Robbins was in a San Diego court on multiple probation violations. He originally pleaded guilty to threatening his girlfriend and stalking the doctor who did her breast implants because he didn’t like the results.
“I never criminally threatened this woman,” Robbins told the judge. “In order for it to be a criminal threat to [name redacted], she has to believe that I would kill her. I wouldn't kill her! I have never had any violent behavior.”
Robbins will have to get a psychological evaluation.
In Albuquerque, another guy having issues with a judge.
Thomas Crum faces a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after assaulting a city bus driver.
Crum tried to get on the bus last week, but his bus card was invalid. He refused to take no for answer. At one point he tried to take over the bus before sucker punching the driver in the face, knocking him out.
The judge set Crum’s bond at $10,000 cash, because of his long criminal record. And Crum didn’t like that.
“Don’t touch me man,” he told the police officer leading him out of the court. “Don’t touch me, dawg. You already know what’s up. I’m not scared of you or the (bleep) judge.”
The judge slapped him with contempt.
A small slap compared to the big punch that got him there in the first place.