‘Cash me ousside’ Danielle Bregoli says she has proof she never hit Floridan woman who’s suing her

‘Cash me ousside’ girl wants the lawsuit against her thrown out and says she can prove the plaintiff is lying.

Danielle Bregoli, also known as the “cash me ousside” girl, is demanding that a recent lawsuit against her, stemming from a February 23 incident outside of a Florida bar, be dropped. The teen is accused of repeatedly punching a Florida woman in the face, but she says video footage proves she never touched the person who’s suing her.

According to court documents, Danielle, 14, and her mother, Barbar Ann, were both named in the lawsuit, filed by¬†Kimberly Peterson, 27. According to Peterson, Danielle started a verbal altercation with her at a Palm Beach County, Florida, restaurant/bar at around midnight on February 23, while walking by with her friends. ¬†Peterson asserted that Danielle punched her numerous times before throwing food on her. Peterson added Danielle’s mother to the lawsuit for being negligent and allowing her daughter to participate in violent incidents.

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Danielle, however, insisted that she never touched Peterson and said she had a video of the entire incident to prove it. The video, which went viral a few months back, shows a group of teens shouting a female customer outside of a bar. The customer is said to be Peterson. One of Danielle’s friends eventually started hitting Peterson, but Danielle reportedly wasn’t seen involved in any violence in the footage.

Danielle’s legal team is not only asking for the lawsuit to be thrown out, but they’re also seeking legal sanctions against Peterson for “filing a false lawsuit.”

Meanwhile, Peterson claims she suffering from disfigurement, impairment, loss of enjoyment of life, inability to earn money, and mental anguish due to the attack. She’s seeking $150,000 in damages.

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