Danielle Bregoli aka “Cash Me Outside,” is currently enjoying her 15 minutes of fame after appearing on a segment of the Dr Phil Show. The teen has thus far landed a gig in a Kodak Black music video and even has her own mural which she proudly displays as her Facebook cover.

Cash Me Outside is set to make her triumphant return to the Dr. Phil on February 10. Here are some fast facts on Bregoli compliments of our friends at heavy.


Bregoli nursed her mother through chemotherapy, her father is a sheriff’s deputy, so what else didn’t you know about Danielle Bregoli? You might know her better as the 13-year-old star of Dr. Phil. Following her September 2016 appearance on the show, Bregoli became a meme known as Cash Me Outside. What else has happened was a brawl on a plane, a clothing line and an appearance in a rap video. That’s not even to mention the rumors that Bregoli had committed suicide. On February 10, Bregoli returns to Dr. Phil.

Bregoli originally agreed to be interviewed for this piece. She later changed her mind telling Heavy.com, “Pass. Thx.”

In 2009, Bregoli and her mother, Barbara Ann Peskowitz, were featured in a Palm Beach Post article about Mother’s Day.

The article reveals that the pair lives in Boynton Beach, Florida, about 15 miles south of West Palm Beach. It also refers for Bregoli as a “mature little girl.” It adds that while her mother was vomiting due to chemotherapy, it was Bregoli who held her mother’s hair and rubbed her back. Peskowitz says that during her 36-week long treatment, Bregoli made friends with the nurses. When Peskowitz was diagnosed Bregoli was seven.

Her mother talks about being let got from her job and struggling to get on Social Security disability insurance. The piece concludes with Peskowitz saying, “Sometimes you think you are alone, but there are a bunch of moms like me out there who should be recognized. It’s hard being on your own. A dad is a dad, but a mom is the one who gives birth to the child. She nurtures that child. You’re a mom for life. That never changes.”

During an interview with the Palm Beach Post, Bregoli’s father, Ira Peskowitz, said he was “appalled” by his daughter’s fame. He says, “That behavior is appalling. And it’s appalling that anyone can think it is acceptable behavior. And Dr. Phil? Shame on him.”

That piece details the protracted legal battle between Bregoli’s mother and Ira Peskowitz, a sheriff’s deputy in Palm Beach County. He states categorically to the Post, “I did not abandon my daughter.” The Post’s article details that Bregoli’s parents never married but were together for 16 years.

An online profile for Ira Peskowitz says that he has worked as a deputy for 18 years. It reads, “He describes his expertise as recruiting kids from inner cities while working in law enforcement and correctional facility tennis programs. Ira became a teaching pro to add credibility to his tennis program.” The bio adds, “He is the founder and executive director of the Kids and Police Tennis Association (KAPTA) which started June 2010.” It concludes with saying that Peskowitz is married and the father of two boys with not mention of Bregoli.

In January 2011, the Palm Beach Post carried a photo of Peskowitz alongside tennis legend Venus Williams.

As if to hype her appearance on Dr. Phil even more, a clip dropped showing Bregoli rapping in Kodak Black’s new video. The song is titled “Everything 1K.” It includes the lyric, “Growing up with no father, it’ll make you evil.” Bregoli mouths the lyric in the video.

The song also promotes Kodak Black, who begins a tour on February 10, according to XXL Magazine.

Bregoli is capitalizing on her fame by launching her own clothing line. Those hoodies go for a cool $65. While there are t-shirts that take varying takes on her fame from $35. That’s not even to mention that tote bags and puzzles with Bregoli’s face adorned.

Sadly, Bregoli’s appearance won’t mention the teen’s altercation on board a Spirit Airlines flight out of LAX on February 6. TMZ reported at the time that Bregoli’s mother was struggling to put a bag into overhead storage. Another passenger grew impatient with the hold-up and caused Bregoli to lose her temper. The result was a minor brawl and Bregoli being called a “w***er” the other passenger. Nobody was arrested by the responding officers.

Bregoli, a natural star, gave her take to TMZ:

The result was that all three who were involved in the melee have been banned for life by Spirit Airlines.