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Charlie Brown might be pretty harmless from basically any angle, but if new allegations are to be believed, one of the men who voiced him has a much more dangerous side. Peter Robbins, the man who played the beloved character in A Charlie Brown Christmas and It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, was arrested over the weekend on some outstanding stalking warrants.

The voice actor was reportedly at the San Ysidro Port of Entry when a routine background check brought up outstanding warrants for stalking and making a threat to cause death or injury. He was immediately arrested and booked for the outstanding charges and is expected to be formally arraigned later today.

According to TMZ, details about who Robbins allegedly stalked haven’t been made available to the public, but clearly, whatever happened between him and the mystery person was serious enough to get the police involved and serious enough for the police then to move past the simple warning phase.

No one from Robbins’ camp has commented on this situation, and given the delicate nature of it, they will probably choose silence moving forward. Hopefully, everyone involved can use this arrest as a wake up call to move on and never communicate again.

We’ll keep you updated as the case winds its way through the court system.