EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Phil ‘Cash me outside’ viral star is from Boynton


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What you don’t know: “Cash me outside” teen from Boynton, nursed mom through chemo in 2009 

If you haven’t heard about the “Cash me Outside” girl, you must have dial-up Internet and a Nokia.

Seriously. Here’s what the world already knows: The current obsession with Danielle Bregoli, 13, started last year after she appeared on an episode of Dr. Phil (video below). Her unique, Cajun-street-thug persona and rowdy attitude inspired memes, bitmojis and music videos for days.

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But what most people don’t know — or completely missed because the 5 seconds of “Cash me outside, how bow dah” is what’s getting millions of online views — is that Danielle Bregoli was once a sweet little girl who helped her mother through radiation.

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Back in 2009, Boynton Beach locals Danielle and Barbara Bregoli were interviewed by The Palm Beach Post. Their story then looks nothing like their story now.

#HowBowDah?

Danielle and Barbara have been stirring up a lot of controversy on social media lately with their over-the-top personalities. Most recently, the dynamic duo was spotted on a Spirit Airlines plane in a heated altercation in LAX on Monday, Feb. 6. They were on their way back to Florida after shooting a follow-up episode with Dr. Phil, which will air Friday, Feb. 7 at 4 p.m. in West Palm Beach. 

If that wasn’t enough, Danielle recorded a video explaining to us — because, you know, the whole world is watching — what really went down on the plane. Here’s her recap with her “pillow B*tch.”

If this airplane situation is any indication of what’s to be expected on her episode of Dr. Phil, well, let’s just say the Internet world is waiting with bated breath. What might she say next? 

Till the episode airs, more memes from Danielle’s first appearance continue to make the rounds. 

What started wit this: 

Has become a never-ending fountain of Internet entertainment.

From tweets 

To trap mixes 

And everything in between. You can get a living history of the original meme at knowyourmeme.com.

What started as a an attempt to help an out-of-control teen and turned into a viral story has also become a lucrative business for Danielle — or so it seems. 

She’s now acting in skits for several well-known social media influencers such as @lelepons, interpreting herself, of course.

She’s also being used to promote grillz. (Yes, like Nelly’s “let me see ya grill.) And even free rides on Lyft. 

Talk about playing the hand you’ve been dealt. 

Could Barbara and Danielle be in the midst of starting their own reality show? Heck, Danielle already started doing live streams from Instagram.

The Palm Beach Post spoke to Barbara last week, just five days before her and her daughter’s flight to Los Angeles. She mentioned being in the talks to copyright her daughter’s famous phrase “Cash me ousside, How bow dah.” 

Wonder how they’ll decide to spell it...?

Seems like this family is loving every minute of attention by the paparazzi. Yes, they have those too. 

Here’s a video by TMZ paparazzi cashin Danielle outside a Los Angeles restaurant right before she jumps into a black Suburban — with her own security. 

Celebrity status? Apparently.

But the swing-at-your-mother, swing-at-the-passenger teenager says the rumors of trying to become famous aren’t true. She told TMZ that she doesn’t want to be known as just the girl who went viral. See her statement below:

Baraba Bregoli told The Palm Beach Post that ever since the show with Dr. Phil aired last year, the family has been mocked in public and received thousands of comments from cyber bullies and threats. 

The world is clearly watching every move by Boynton Beach locals Barbara and Danielle, and even superstars like Kim Kardashian and Dina Jane from Fifth Harmony are keeping up. 


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