By WHITNEY HOLMES6 News Anchor/Reporter
KNOXVILLE (WATE) -- The University of Tennessee student accused of breaking into former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin's email now faces more charges.
David Kernell was arraigned Monday morning on a new four count federal indictment.
The charges include:
Kernell now faces up to 50 years in prison and $1 million in fines. He pleaded not guilty to all four counts.
Kernell, the son of state Rep. Mike Kernell (D-Memphis), was charged with tapping into Palin's email, then telling the world about it anonymously on a Web site forum in September 2008.
Kernell's trial date is scheduled for October 27.