Infamous 'Cash Me Ousside' Teen From 'Dr. Phil' Punches Airline Passenger, Gets Kick Off Flight

By Claire Parker, Parent Herald February 09, 04:00 am

The "cash me ousside" teenager, who appeared on "Dr. Phil" and became viral due to her tough personality towards her mother, reportedly got kicked off of a flight. This came after she punched another passenger.

The Kansas City Star reported the teenager, Danielle Bregoli, 13, and her mother, Barbara Ann, were putting luggage in the overhead compartment of a flight on Spirit Airlines out of Los Angeles when the teenager got into a fight with another female passenger. Bregoli said the other woman put her hands on her mom's throat so she punched that passenger.

The woman, who claimed she is a wife of a police officer, made a citizen's arrest and police removed all three of them from the flight. The incident was caught on video and Bregoli responded on social media. The three women were banned from Spirit Airlines, Fox 13 reported.

The teenager echoed her first statement on her post, saying the female passenger said she was going to fight her and her mother. Her mom threatened the other passenger once she placed her hands on her daughter.

Her mother took the female passenger by the throat and pushed her back, then the passenger pusher the mom back as well. Bregoli continued to say the passenger was a drunk crackhead.

Bregoli and her mother appeared on a September 2016 episode of the "Dr. Phil" show entitled "I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime." The teenager has a verified Instagram account with 3.4 million followers.

She also has an online store that for clothes that has prints of her catchphrase "Cash Me Ousside." The shirts and hoodies she is selling range from $30 to $265. She teamed up with a Los Angeles-based design firm called PizzaSlime.

Bregoli will be back on "Dr. Phil" in an episode set to air this Friday. This is a follow-up of how she has been after a month in rehab.

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