Danielle Bregoli, perhaps better known as the “cash me ousside” girl, has enjoyed a huge rise to prominence over the last year.
Since her explosive, bombastic, tempestuous appearance on an episode of Dr Phil, Bregoli has been thrust into the effervescent glare of the public eye, largely due to her now infamous uttering of the monosyllabic catchphrase “cash me ousside”, directed towards Dr Phil’s studio audience who, presumably taken aback by the teenager’s confrontational manner, had been laughing in bemusement.
Since then, Bregoli has appeared in music videos – Kodak Black’s Everything 1K, in which she posed on top of a car clutching large wadges of cash – got into scuffles on aeroplanes and had an Instagram makeover. In essence, then, a career in entertainment distilled into little more than a matter of months.
Known for having a rather aggressive streak, Danielle Bregoli’s list of misdeeds, seemingly largely at the misfortune of her mother, have been well documented, not least on that now immortal episode of Dr Phil.
It would appear, though, that those wrongdoings are now being examined, after news reports emerged suggesting that the teenager has pleaded guilty to several charges, pertaining to incidents that occurred before she found fame.
Those charges reportedly include grand theft, grand theft auto, filing a false police report and possession of marijuana. The State Attorney’s office claims that Bregoli had stolen her mother’s car and purse, as well as inaccurately advising police officers that her mother had been using heroin.
It is believed that the latter took place last year in May, after police were called by Bregoli, who reported domestic battery. Upon their arrival, it is claimed that the teenager pointed out some powdered sugar in a bathroom, alleging that it was an illegal substance.
Meanwhile, the marijuana possession charge pertains to an incident at a friend’s property in Florida. TMZ reports that Bregoli told police she had not used the drug herself, but was still charged after declining to tell police where they had obtained the marijuana.