he missed the lessons of Anne totally," wrote one observer.
Bieber, seen here with model Chantel Jeffries the night before his arrest, eventually pleaded guilty of careless driving and resisting arrest.
He also made a $50,000 donation to a youth charity as part of the plea deal.
In April 2013, Bieber visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam -- and was promptly criticized for saying that he hoped the teen, who died in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945, would have been a "Belieber." Visitors to the Anne Frank Facebook page had plenty to say.
"Glad he went, but, the last sentence is VERY self serving.
He was also ordered to complete 12 weekly anger management sessions, work five days of community labor and pay $80,900 in restitution to his former neighbor.
While on tour in early November 2013, Bieber yet again made headlines, this time with some sex-related scandal.
Mally is shown here in the quarantine station at the Munich-Riem animal shelter in Munich.
Unfortunately for Bieber, his 19th birthday in March 2013 was kind of a downer.
The New York Post's Page Six alleged that Bieber had been spotted exiting a brothel while in Brazil.
Then, a You Tube video sparked gossip that he'd done something less than innocent with the young woman featured in the clip. Was he saving his energy for his fans or just courting more controversy?
But the charge was dropped in September after prosecutors decided there was "no reasonable prospect" of convicting Bieber of striking his limo driver on the back of his head, said Brendan Crawley, a spokesman for the Ontario attorney general's office.