YouTubers behaving badly - breaking laws and public spats

From public bickering, passing off stock images as their own, to breaking the law, some online personalities have been embroiled in controversy through the years.
From public bickering, passing off stock images as their own, to breaking the law, some online personalities have been embroiled in controversy through the years.PHOTOS: ST FILE, RIDHWAN AZMAN, ELAINE HENG, MELISSA CELESTINE KOH /INSTAGRAM

SINGAPORE - Local YouTuber Preeti Nair, also known as Preetipls, and her brother Subhas were recently given a 24-month conditional warning by the police over a rap video, which they produced and published online, that contravened the Penal Code. The duo have apologised for their actions. But they are not the first influencers here in hot soup for questionable behaviour.

From public bickering, passing off stock images as their own, to breaking the law, here are other online personalities who have been embroiled in controversy through the years.

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