On Tuesday in Delray Beach, FL, Danielle Bregoli - aka the "Cash Me Ousside" girl - was sentenced to five years probation. She previously pleaded guilty to charges back in June - including two counts of grand theft, possession of marijuana, and filing a false police report.
TMZ reports other charges were dropped because of a plea deal.
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Then aged 14, the troubled teen rose to internet fame in 2016 when she appeared on an episode of Dr Phil, threatening audience members with the words "cash me ousside, how bow dah" (aka "catch me outside, how about that").
Bregoli left the courthouse after her sentencing with her mother, her attorney and a bodyguard. "And the more involvement he has in her life, the more therapeutic involvement by medical healthcare professionals that are properly licensed, we believe will provide Danielle with the guidance and counseling she needs". However, she is allowed to complete her probation in California, where she can live with her mother Barbara Bregoli. Bregoli allegedly stole her mother's purse and vehicle, and made a false police report claiming that her mother had been using heroin. "She needs to be here in Palm Beach County". She later admitted her acquisitions to be false.
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According to DailyMail.com, Her father, Ira Peskowitz, said: 'My daughter is being exploited.
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