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Celebrity Death Threats

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Jul. 15 2010, Published 11:08 a.m. ET

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Celebs deal with many pressures that come with fame, including death threats and other violent situations.

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1. Jesse James' ex-wife, Janine Lindemulder, threatened to kill him, according to the bad boy biker's lawyer, who made the claim in their nasty custody battle.

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Jesse James' ex-wife, Janine Lindemulder, threatened to kill him, according to the bad boy biker's lawyer, who made the claim in their nasty custody battle.

2. A radical Islamic group targeted South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone for violent retaliation because they depicted the prophet Mohammed in a bear suit on the show's 200th episode.

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A radical Islamic group targeted South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone for violent retaliation because they depicted the prophet Mohammed in a bear suit on the show's 200th episode.

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3. Michael Jackson was at the center of an alleged assassination plot, in 1993. Frank Paul Jones — a man allegedly obsessed with Michael's sister, Janet Jackson — was tied to death threats made against Michael. In a letter obtained by the FBI, dated July 6, 1992, Jones wrote, "Michael (Jackson) I will personally attempt to kill, if he doesn't pay me my money."

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Michael Jackson was at the center of an alleged assassination plot, in 1993. Frank Paul Jones — a man allegedly obsessed with Michael's sister, Janet Jackson — was tied to death threats made against Michael. In a letter obtained by the FBI, dated July 6, 1992, Jones wrote, "Michael (Jackson) I will personally attempt to kill, if he doesn't pay me my money."

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4. Two and A Half Men star Jon Cryer claimed that he was on the receiving end of some death threats, phoned to the set of his television show. Cryer alleged the person behind the death threats was his ex-wife Sarah Trigger.

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Two and A Half Men star Jon Cryer claimed that he was on the receiving end of some death threats, phoned to the set of his television show. Cryer alleged the person behind the death threats was his ex-wife Sarah Trigger.

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5. After mingling with teen idol Justin Beiber at the White House Correspondents' dinner in Washington, D.C., Kim Kardashian Twittered that she had "Bieber fever." His fans delivered a swift message. "I'm getting death threats from your fans! This is unBeliebable!!!," Kim wrote on Twitter.

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After mingling with teen idol Justin Beiber at the White House Correspondents' dinner in Washington, D.C., Kim Kardashian Twittered that she had "Bieber fever." His fans delivered a swift message. "I'm getting death threats from your fans! This is unBeliebable!!!," Kim wrote on Twitter.

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6. Chris Brown got death threats from Rihanna fans after allegedly beating her up.

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Chris Brown got death threats from Rihanna fans after allegedly beating her up.

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7. Michelle “Bombshell” McGee was forced to hire security to protect herself in the wake of her affair with Sandra Bullock’s husband Jesse James, after receiving a series of disturbing threats.

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Michelle “Bombshell” McGee was forced to hire security to protect herself in the wake of her affair with Sandra Bullock’s husband Jesse James, after receiving a series of disturbing threats.

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8. Halle Berry, while pregnant with Canadian model Gabriel Aubry child, was forced to hire her own security guards after receiving race hate letters mailed to her Los Angeles home. One said: "We don't want no n***er baby."

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Halle Berry, while pregnant with Canadian model Gabriel Aubry child, was forced to hire her own security guards after receiving race hate letters mailed to her Los Angeles home. One said: "We don't want no n***er baby."

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9. ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews, while starring on 'Dancing with the Stars,' received threatening e-mails that were investigated by the FBI. The threats, which were sent to a television show, were violent, culminating with a direct threat to Andrews' life -- "Somebody should shoot her in the face," the e-mail read.

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ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews, while starring on 'Dancing with the Stars,' received threatening e-mails that were investigated by the FBI. The threats, which were sent to a television show, were violent, culminating with a direct threat to Andrews' life -- "Somebody should shoot her in the face," the e-mail read.

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