Cash Me Outside gets her day in court - and five years probation

Cash Me Outside gets her day in court - and five years probation

Cash Me Outside gets her day in court - and five years probation

This came after her headline grabbing appearance on ABC's Dr. Phil show last fall which shot her to fame with her now-infamous catchphrase "Cashmeousside, how bout dah?"

She was handed five years' probation yesterday after admitting charges of grand theft, grand theft auto, possession of marijuana and filing a false report.

Last month Bregoli sued an app developer after they used her catch phrases as game titles.

According to WSB-TV, these charges stem from "three separate occasions last year" in Delray Beach, Fla., in which Bregoli allegedly stole her mother's purse and vehicle, then later "called police to report a domestic battery involving her mother, and accused her of using drugs after spreading powdered sugar on a bathroom counter and describing it as heroin to police".

Danielle Bregoli, 14, reportedly burst into tears during her sentencing Tuesday in Palm Beach County Court in Delray Beach as her father read a prepared statement to the judge.

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Bregoli eventually admitted her allegations were false. The judge said she can complete her probation in California, where the teen lives with her mother.

"I'm afraid of what she's being pushed into and who's profiting from it".

Her sentence stems from four separate arrests.

This time she's in the news for avoiding jail time.

The teen could also face additional charges for a battery incident in Lake Worth, Florida that happened earlier this year.

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