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Celebrities who have been in anger management


Alec Baldwin is set to attend anger management classes after a parking spot fight. He pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment and was given a $120 fine. The hot-headed actor isn't alone in his anger issues, with a stream of Hollywood elite winding up in anger management counseling.

Azealia Banks copped to third-degree assault after biting a bouncer's breast at a New York nightclub. She was ordered to complete anger management and continue mental health treatment, abide by a full order of protection and generally avoid any more collisions with the law.

Katt Williams got hit with anger management classes after a long history with the wrong side of the law. He has been accused of stealing a photographer's camera, assaulting his driver and threatening a bodyguard while an accomplice allegedly beat him with a baseball bat.

Juelz Santana was court mandated to attend anger management and domestic violence classes after TSA allegedly found a gun in his luggage.

In 2018, Conor McGregor pleaded guilty after throwing a hand truck through the window of a bus full of fighters, and was sentenced to community service and anger management classes.

John McEnroe divulged that he keeps up with anger management therapy after years of public outbursts, saying on "In Depth With Graham Bensinger" in 2018, "I've been to many, many different people . . . I do believe that overall it's helped . . . So I would and will continue [therapy].”

Audrina Patridge's ex Corey Bohan reportedly attended anger management classes after an alleged string of aggressive behavior toward Patridge. Patridge told the court, "I am more afraid of him now than ever, and fear for the safety of our daughter."

Shia LaBeouf was sentenced to anger management and one year of probation stemming from a public drunkenness arrest.

In 2014, Justin Bieber had to pay a neighbor $80,000 after allegedly throwing eggs from his own home in Calabasas. Bieber pleaded no contest to a vandalism charge and attended anger management classes.

On the set of "Criminal Minds," Thomas Gibson allegedly pushed an assistant director and was subsequently sent to anger management courses in 2016. He was later fired from the show.

Chris Brown completed anger management after a string of assault charges, but he apparently needs a refresher. After his treatment, his behavior allegedly continued with accusations that he assaulted a photographer, threw a brick at a car, threatened to kill ex Karrueche Tran, pointed a gun at a woman, hit a female fan in Las Vegas, beat a man in Las Vegas and punched someone in Washington DC. The most recent accusation against Brown was from a French model, saying Brown raped her. He denied the claim.