posted by Josh Lee

Her father warned that she is being taken advantage of.

Danielle Bregoli, better known as the girl behind the viral “cash me outside” video has been sentenced to five years probation for a string of crimes.

14-year-old Danielle managed to avoid jail time after pleading guilty to several charges in June.

The charges include grand theft, grand theft auto, marijuana possession and filing a false police report. They’re related to three incidents in 2016 – Danielle stealing her mothers purse, her mother’s car, and also filing a false report of domestic abuse and heroin use against her mother – and one incident from this year when Danielle was found with marijuana in her car.

The crimes took place before the birth of “Cash me outside”.

The 2016 charges all predate her internet fame; which was sparked by an appearance on TV chat show Dr. Phil, during which she coined the now infamous phrase, “cash me outside, how bow dah.”

Danielle has been allowed to complete her probation in California, where she lives with her mother. According to reports, the conditions of Bregoli’s probation are that she must attend school full time, complete 100 hours of community service, and stick to a 5 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.


Danielle’s father Ira Peskowitz has previously warned that his daughter is being taken advantage of.

He said during a court hearing in late June: “My daughter is being exploited. She posts 24/7. It’s controlled by an alleged management team that promotes absurd behaviour for a 14-year-old child.”

He told NBC news: “I am the only parent in this relationship with Danielle that is trying to see the best thing for this child.”

“I’m afraid of what she’s being pushed into and who’s profiting from it. She needs to be here in Palm Beach County,” Peskowitz told the judge. “She needs to be taken away from this toxic environment.”


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