'Cash Me Outside' teen sentenced to five years probation

'Cash me Ousside' teen Danielle Bregoli avoided jail time and landed herself five years of probation after pleading guilty to multiple charges including grand theft.

The infamous 14-year-old girl was sentenced on Tuesday in Delray Beach, Florida, after pleading guilty grand theft, grand theft auto, marijuana possession and filing a false police report in late June.

Bregoli's charges predate her 2016 appearance on Dr. Phil, which catapulted her to fame after her infamous catchphrase soon went viral. 

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'Cash me Ousside' teen Danielle Bregoli avoided jail time and landed herself five years of probation after pleading guilty to multiple charges including grand theft

'Cash me Ousside' teen Danielle Bregoli avoided jail time and landed herself five years of probation after pleading guilty to multiple charges including grand theft

The infamous 14-year-old girl wore a grey dress and a black cardigan to her sentencing in Delray Beach, Florida, on Tuesday

The infamous 14-year-old girl wore a grey dress and a black cardigan to her sentencing in Delray Beach, Florida, on Tuesday

The state recommended Bregoli stay in Palm Beach County, but she is allowed to complete probation in California, where she now lives with her mom Barbara Bregoli.

The charges stemmed from three separate incidents last year after the girl stole her mother's purse, her mother's car and called the police to falsely report that her mother had been using heroin.

In May 2016, a false police report was filed when the teen called to report a domestic battery involving her mother. 

But when police arrived, Bregoli accused her mother of using drugs and pointed to powdered sugar scattered on a bathroom counter that she claimed was heroin.

Bregoli later admitted that the report was

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