Celebrities who made Santa's naughty list

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BY CHIMA SIMONE

He's seen them when they're sleeping--around. He knows when they're awake--or punching Drake.

Santa is well aware of the famous faces who have been bad and good this year, but we're only showcasing the bad, for goodness sake!

To ensure jolly, old Saint Nick doesn't leave any not-so-nice celebs off his coal-gifting list, we've compiled our very own naughty A-list.

You better watch out for Justin Bieber who was arrested for driving under the influence early this year. You better not cry over Ariana Grande's diva-like behavior even though she prefers to be carried like a sad baby. And you better not pout as you behold our rundown of the shameless Hollywood superstars who may want to dive headfirst into their holiday stockings and hide until next year.

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Celebrities who made Santa's naughty list

For Ariana Grande, it was the year of fielding diva behavior rumors that included a feud with her "Sam & Cat" co-star, being dismissive of contest-winning fans, demands to be photographed only on her left side and more.

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Her diva antics were further solidified when it was alleged the pop princess demands to be carried (by Santa's little helpers?) when she's too tired to walk.

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Justin Bieber didn't leave his shenanigans behind in 2013. The beleaguered pop star was arrested for driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving without a valid driver's license in early 2014.

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Not only did he play cat and mouse with the police, the "Believe" singer also got into a habit of showing off his new muscles. Sadly his stripteases earned him more boos than high fives.

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Iggy Azalea is no angel. She fought back when Snoop Dogg attacked her via social media and she also fought in the streets (or grocery store parking lot) when she yelled "I hope you have Ebola," at an intrusive photog while also trying to ram him with a shopping cart.

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And if all you wanted for Christmas was an Iggy Azalea X-rated tape, hacktivist group Anonymous may be your Santa, as they've threatened the pop star for "misappropriating black culture."

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Kanye West refused to continue a show in Sydney, Australia, when a concertgoer in a wheelchair didn't stand up and worship Yeezus.

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West also declined to celebrate his first Thanksgiving with his new wife, Kim Kardashinan, choosing to stay in Paris while she pined for him in Los Angeles.

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James Franco tried -- and failed -- to pick up a 17-year-old girl via Instagram, causing a fuss when screenshots of their text messages went public. He's since apologized for his naughty move, saying "I used bad judgment and I learned my lesson."

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You're forgiven, Franco, because the fallout from your new movie, "The Interview" has given us the gift that keeps on giving this holiday season--the Sony hack.

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Sean 'Diddy' Combs punched Drake outside LIV nightclub in Miami Beach reportedly over a song that was supposed to be a collaborative effort, but the Canadian rapper recorded it solo.

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The hip-hop duo in happier times.

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After atoning for just a bit of his plentiful plagiarism committed the year prior, Shia LaBeouf spent 2014 declaring he wasn't famous anymore, headbutting a lad in a London pub, donning a paper bag over that same head while walking the red carpet, and getting arrested on Broadway.

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Oh Shia, you can't hide from Santa in that bag!

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Chris Brown was thrown out of rehab for breaking rules that included the directive that he stay at least two feet away from women and he was subsequently arrested for violating his probation conditions stemming from the Rihanna case.

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His bad boy behavior earned him a spot behind bars for several months in 2014. And in an Instagram rant he called out his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran for not being there for him during his stay: "I was locked up for damn near 4 months and only got 1 visit from you while u was hosting parties and taking secret trips to Toronto, going on dates with Drake."
 

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"Real Housewives" stars Giuseppe "Joe" and Teresa Giudice were sentenced on federal conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud charges, shocking Teresa who received an unanticipated 15 months in prison.

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Rumors are swirling that soon after her release, Santa may let her have her very own cooking show and a divorce when Joe goes off to do his time.

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Snoop Dogg started an epic online war with fellow rapper Iggy Azaela by posting a meme entitled 'Iggy Azalea No Make Up,' on Instagram but the joke soon escalated and he took it a little too far.

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After tossing shade at Iggy, the veteran rapper mouthed off about USC's football program. That hole you're digging keeps getting deeper, Snoop.

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Robin Thicke's apology tour to win back his estranged wife Paula Patton didn't go over well with her or his fans. Not only did he not "Get Her Back," she dropped him like an awful gift right before the holidays because of his drug use.

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After Paula said cést la vie, Thicke reportedly started dating a 19-year-old girl. Santa doesn't approve.

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'Mama June' spoke out against the allegations that claimed she was dating a man who spent 10 years in prison for aggravated child molestation, but also admitted she has a history of relationships with sex offenders.

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After TLC learned about her extra-curricular relationships, the network put the kibosh on her show with her daughter "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo."

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Kirk Cameron couldn't save Christmas -- or himself -- from coming under fire when he said it was up to women to spread holiday joy this season by cooking and decorating the house.

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The former child actor also took to his Facebook page early this year to post an anti-LGBT message when the Grammy Awards featured a performance of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Same Love" in which 33 couples (both gay and straight) got married.

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Stephen Collins admitted that he had "engaged in a long term pattern of sexually abusing minor children, including sexually molesting three young girls over a decade ago," according to the "7th Heaven" actor's wife of 27 years.

(Photo by John Shearer/Invision for Lifetime/AP Images)

This might be Collins' face on Christmas morning after Santa's done with him...

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Hank Baskett was dumped by his wife Kendra Wilkinson because of the scandal surrounding his alleged affair with transexual model Ava Sabrina London -- a tale that included leaked audio where he is heard pleading with Ava to keep their secret.

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No word on if he'll be a family man again in time for Christmas.

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