A Florida girl who gained notoriety for her catchphrase “cash me ousside” after appearing on the “Dr. Phil” show in September 2016, has apparently landed a $900,000 deal with a beauty supply company.
Sun Sentinel reports that 15-year-old Danielle Bregoli signed an 6-month endorsement deal with CopyCat Beauty, which could possibly turn into a 3-year deal. The teen will promote the company’s “beauty made affordable” products on social media, while assimilating the products into her music videos.
“I’m rich b*****,” Bregoli wrote on her Instagram page on Tuesday.
Bregoli was 13 when first she appeared on the “Dr. Phil”show, after her mother, 50-year-old Barbara Ann Bregoli, contacted the show’s producers in concern for her reported out of control daughter. According to Billboard, Barbara accused her daughter of calling the police and falsely accusing her of using drugs.
At the time, Barbara said she would rather hand her daughter over to police than to deal with her bad behavior.
Barbara also accused Danielle of stealing her credit cards, car, and cash, some of which the girl allegedly used to buy a stripper pole. While on the set of Dr. Phil’s show, Danielle allegedly took a crew member’s vehicle without permission and went on a “joyride.”
While appearing on the show, Danielle called members of the audience “hoes” after they disapproved of her behavior. and told them to “cash me ousside, how bout dah.”
The teen’s outlandish behavior quickly gained national attention. A year later, she released her first single, “These Heaux,” under her new stage name, Bhad Bhabie. She also landed an album deal with Atlantic Records.
In April 2017, during an interview with Maxim, Danielle called Dr. Phil a “bald-headed b****” when asked if she planned to return to the show.
“Ain’t nobody have time for that bald headed b****. I just saw him on Jimmy Fallon talking all sorts of mess about my mom.”
Danielle did, however, make a second appearance on the show prior to the Maxim interview, in February 2017, when she told the host he “was nothin'” before she appeared on his show.
“I guess what’s good for you is, I made you just like Oprah made you. You were nothin’ before I came on this show.”
In June 2017, the teen pleaded guilty to grand theft auto, possession of marijuana, and filing a false police report against her mother. She was sentenced to 5 years of probation and 100 hours of community service.
[Feature Photo: Danielle Bregoli/Instagram]