“Cash me ousside” girl, Danielle Bregoli, avoided jail time for several felonies on Tuesday when a Florida judge sentenced her to five years of probation.
Danielle, 14, learned her sentencing on Tuesday morning in a Del Ray Beach courtroom, stemming from a June 12 conviction of two counts of grand theft auto, possession of marijuana, and filing a false police report.
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Ira Peskowitz, Danielle’s father, attended the hearing on Tuesday and said he feared for his daughter’s future. WBFP reports that Peskowitz said that the his daughter was being “exploited” and requested that the judge limit her Internet access. He also said Danielle is “being groomed” for an upcoming career in pornography.
“She posts 24-7. It’s controlled by an alleged management team that promotes absurd behavior for a 14-year-old child.”
The judge ultimately denied Peskowitz’s request.
Peskowitz is also seeking custody of Danielle. In June, after Danielle pleaded guilty to the aforementioned charges, Peskowitz told reporters outside of the courtroom that he felt his daughter’s mother was a poor role model and that she allows Danielle to get exploited.
“I am the only parent in this relationship with Danielle that is trying to see the best thing for this child,” Peskowitz told NBC.
Danielle rose to overnight success after appearing on the Dr. Phil show and chanting “cash me ousside,” a phrase that stuck like glue. Since then, she moved to California with her mother, despite her father’s protests.
The judge ruled that Danielle could finish her probation in California, while she pursues her career goals.
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