Joe Biden’s bad-girl niece played the proper lady and put on a soft front as she was sentenced to two years probation Thursday for stealing $110,000 in a pharmacy credit card scam.
Caroline Biden, 31, who was previously busted for roughing up a cop during a fight with a roommate, sat up straight and said all the right things in an apology statement at her sentencing in Manhattan Supreme Court.
She insisted she was “profoundly remorseful” for running up the hefty tab on an unidentified victim’s plastic at C.O. Bigelow Apothecary at Sixth Ave. and W. 9th St. between April 5, 2015, and June 24, 2016.
She had only been given permission to spend $672 but went wild with the access, prosecutors said.
She got probation after serving 10 days of community service and returning $100,000. She had to plead guilty to grand larceny and petit larceny last year and remain trouble-free, but the top count was withdrawn as part of the deal.
“I can assure you I’ve made amends…” she said, reading from a hand-written statement.
“My community service was a children’s hospital and it turned out to be something I have a thing for,” she bragged. “I volunteer there now.
“I not only acknowledge my conduct and responsibility but deeply regret the harm I caused,” she went on, adding she was sorry for taking time from the court’s “important work.”
Biden declined to discuss her newfound affinity for ailing kids and ignored reporters as she left the courthouse.
The relative of the former two-term vice president under Barack Obama previously got a jail-free deal for attacking a cop when the officer tried to intervene in a scuffle between Biden and her roommate at their Manhattan apartment in 2013.