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Celebrities PopWrapped | Celebrities

Danielle Bregoli Is Going Hollyhood

Danie Matthews | PopWrapped Author

Danie Matthews

02/23/2017 10:43 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Danielle Bregoli Is Going Hollyhood | Danielle Bregoli
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Danielle Bregoli is making a lot of noise in the Hollywood streets as of late. The 13-year-old is rising to fame due to her outlandish behavior and, so far, has the most quoted line of 2017 -- "Cash me ousside. How bow dah." And the self-proclaimed future nurse is soaking it all in with pride!

The young girl made her TV debut on Dr. Phil last fall as the rebellious teenager well known for her cursing, drinking, stealing, and constant will to continuously disrespect her mother. The title of the show was so fitting: "I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime."

Danielle was summoned to Dr. Phil after her mother, Barbara Bregoli, 48, became so fed up with her daughter's ruthless actions that she wanted to give the 13-year-old over to the system. She wrote the popular TV doctor in October, seeking him as a last alternative to salvage her relationship with Danielle and hoping he could help redirect her path in life. Dr. Phil opted to send the girl to Turn-About Ranch -- a boarding school for troubled adolescents ages 13-17 -- in Escalante, Utah after his many successful experiences with the organization.

Danielle proved she was capable of properly managing her behavior and graduated from the program with many positive accolades. These accolades were short-lived. During a second appearance on the Dr. Phil show this month, her mother claimed that, soon after leaving the ranch, Danielle was back to her old ways -- and we must agree -- as we have clearly observed the young girl's outrageous behavior via her social media outlets.

Danielle has since dropped out of school and spends a majority of her day online making obscene live videos and posts, all the while her mother claims she has no control over what her child does. Um, yea. Sure!


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The teen's latest infamous adventures include a feature in rapper Kodak Black's "Everything" music video and being reprimanded by Hanes for cloning their famous "C" logo for her new clothing line. This week, she announced to TMZ reporters she is "the new thing in Hollyhood." Someone, please turn some cartoons on for this little girl!


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