One of the letters threatened to have the actor's “throat cut” before explaining that he would be “dropped into the Pacific Ocean to be eaten by sharks” if he were to sign on to projects with particular directors.
They were reportedly sent from a West College Street address in Oberlin, according to the Chronicle-Telegram. No charges have been filed.
Oberlin police say the threats, though at times creative, aren't credible.
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