Danielle 'Cash Me Ousside' Bregoli gifts her mom $65,000 for Christmas to pay off mortgage

Danielle Bregoli, also known as the ‘‘Cash Me Ousside” girl,  rose to fame for her confrontational attitude in an episode of “Dr. Phil” last year. The blatant disrespect toward her mom made her a viral sensation. This Christmas, however, seems like the 14-year-old wants to make amends. She gave her mom a check for $65,000 to pay off her mortgage.

The mother-daughter duo has come a long way since the Dr. Phil episode titled “I Want to Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried to Frame Me for a Crime.”

In a video shared on her Instagram, Danielle gives her mom a card; “Merry Christmas bitch,” she says.

Her mom, Barbara Bregoli, reads the card and breaks down in tears of joy. “Are you serious?” she replies.

The card reads: “Merry Christmas Motha, thanks for everything. Use this for whatever you want or pay the house.” The card carried the check for $65,274.

Commenters had mixed feelings on the nice gesture: “That’s so sweet but why say bit** to your mother!” Another commenter added, “She might be one crazy child but she does have a bigger heart than most kids.”

After her big break on the Dr. Phil show, Danielle went off to become a successful rapper under the name of Bhad Bhabie. She signed a deal with Atlantic Records, and her first single, “These Heaux,” logged 20 million YouTube views in two weeks. YouTube named her one of 2017’s rising stars with over 3 million subscribers.

However, not all of 2017 was a successful year for the teenager. In August, she was sentenced to five years of probation after she pled guilty to grand theft, grand theft auto, marijuana possession, and filing a false police report.

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

Danielle and her mom relocated to California from Florida, where she will be able to complete probation.

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