VIDEO: 'Cash me Ousside' teen clashes with downtown Lake Worth bar patron


Infamous Boynton Beach 13-year-old Danielle Bregoli, who gained viral fame via the catchphrase "Cash me Ousside" on Dr. Phil's television show, was apparently involved in an altercation in downtown Lake Worth on Saturday night during the annual Street Painting Festival. 

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According to an Instagram post by Kavasutra, Bregoli allegedly attacked a patron in front of the kava bar at 508 Lake Ave. The post said the "older woman was concerned with Danielle being out late." 

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A video posted on Kavasutra's YouTube page with the title "Cash me outside Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli trio attacks old lady" shows a 37-second clip taken by a security camera. Bregoli, accompanied by two other teens, is seen approaching several women sitting outside the bar while words are exchanged. The video does not include audio.

According to the poster of the YouTube clip: "It was a quiet evening of the ldub st. Painting festival, when we caught her outside. The lady was concerned with her being out late, and Danielle didn't want to hear it."

 Bregoli's antics Saturday night also caught the attention of TMZ, which described the altercataion as a "massive brawl." According to TMZ, Bregoli and her friends were taunted by the bar's customers using her catchphrase.

While a crowd chased the girls down the street, another fight broke out in front of the bar, TMZ reports. When police arrived, Bregoli and her friends had fled the area. 

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office has not yet responded to a request for information about the incident.

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