Danielle Bregoli is ready to become a reality star!
The 14-year-old, who first became famous after her segment on Dr. Phil (and her catchphrase “Cash Me Outside”) went viral, has allegedly agreed to do a reality show, signing with a big production company, according to TMZ.
The site reveals that Danielle will be working with IMG’s original content department to craft a loosely formatted series. Life & Style previously reported that the teen had been contacted by at least seven different agencies interested in creating a show around her and her mom, Barbara Ann.
At least one thing’s for sure, the family won’t be starved for material. Barbara Ann is currently being sued by a 27-year-old woman in Florida who claims Danielle physically assaulted her, breaking her nose and thumb. Because the viral star is underage, her mom has been named in the lawsuit. The Palm Beach Post reports that the plaintiff is asking for more than $15,000 in damages.
The duo’s alleged altercation came shortly after a video of Barbara Ann hitting Danielle was leaked online. In the short clip, the 49-year-old can be seen pinning her daughter to the ground while calling her a bitch. She also slaps the teen, who tries to hit back. Danielle was allegedly just 11 or 12 when the video was taken.
A reality show will only add to Danielle’s growing income. She’ll reportedly make $40,000 for an appearance at Miami’s Rolling Loud music festival in May. And the middle school dropout has been endorsing products such as Fit Tea on Instagram, which can net $50,000 per post depending on the celebrity (with 8.4 million followers, she’s definitely raking in a decent amount). If she continues at this rate, we wouldn’t be surprised if the redhead becomes a millionaire by the end of 2017.
Speaking of millionaires, we wonder if Dr. Phil wants a slice of those profits. After all, Danielle wouldn’t be where she is today without his talk show!
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