You’re a bad man, Charlie Brown!

You’re a bad man, Charlie Brown, says the New York Post today.

Peter Robbins, the who voiced Charlie Brown in the beloved ‘Peanuts’ Christmas specials is in a legal mess over alleged threats. Prosecutors in California say that he threatened to kill a plastic surgeon because he didn’t like the boob implants the doctor had attached to his girlfriend.

Robbins — who has a dog he named Snoopy — left dozens of threatening handwritten screeds and voice messages for Dr. Lori Saltz, officials said.

“Dr. Saltz give me my f–king money Back! You are a hack job! You butchered my girl and then throw her to the curb in pain, crying! I will break you in half today and all the kings men won’t put you back together again!” Robbins wrote in a signed, handwritten note left on Saltz’s San Diego office door on Dec. 31, court papers claim.

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