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GameLife's Rosenblum pleads not guilty to VT-style threat

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Andrew Rosenblum, the host of video game show GameLife, who allegedly threatened to kill a girl he had dated has been placed under house arrest pending trial. He pleaded not guilty to the charges. A judge set bail at $50,000, told Rosenblum to keep away from Boston University where he's attending classes and ordered him to wear a GPS location device 24 hours a day.

On the evening of the Virginia Tech massacre Rosenblum allegedly wrote in an IM to a girl he had previously dated that he would bring a gun to her school to kill her and others, and that "it's going to be VT all over again." Rosenblum will only be allowed to leave his home to visit his attorney or a doctor until his court date in June.

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