Things may not be peanuts for Peter Robbins when it comes to his run-in with the law.
The 56-year-old erstwhile actor, who as a child voiced Charlie Brown in several TV and movie specials, pleaded not guilty in San Diego Superior Court Wednesday to charges that he made threats against both his ex-girlfriend and a surgeon who performed a breast-augmentation surgery on her, per Reuters.
Robbins, who supposedly paid for the operation, was reportedly displeased with the outcome of the surgery and had wanted a refund.
He faces two counts of stalking and 10 counts of criminal threats and is currently behind bars, with bail set at $550,000.
Robbins was arrested Sunday by border security at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego after officers ran his name through a computer and turned up a felony warrant for crimes against a person.
Robbins, who lives in Oceanside, Calif., did voice work for several Peanuts TV classics including A Boy Named Charlie Brown and A Charlie Brown Christmas.
A preliminary hearing is set for March 22.