- Publish Date
- Friday, 28 April 2017, 9:12AM
Danielle Bregoli, the rowdy teenager who shot to fame on Dr. Phil with her infectious catchphrase 'Cash me ousside, how bow dah?', appeared in a Florida court on Wednesday.
The 14-year-old pleaded not guilty to five juvenile felony charges including battery, grand theft and filing a false police report at South County Courthouse in Delray Beach.
She will return to the court to stand trial as a juvenile in June, wrote the Daily Mail.
Danielle was joined for the appearance by her burly bodyguard Frank and her 49-year-old mother Barbara Ann who is the alleged victim in each charge.
Barbara Ann, who took her on Dr. Phil to address her problematic behavior last year, proudly toted her beloved Louis Vuitton handbag.
Danielle sported a fresh manicure and showed off her spiked false nails in all their splendor as she left the courthouse.
The pair have relocated from their modest Boynton Beach home to Los Angeles since Danielle's appearance which made her an overnight sensation.
Since taunting Dr. Phil's studio audience with the catchphrase, she has appeared in music videos and gathered an Instagram following of 9.2million.
She now refuses to go anywhere without her bodyguard who even joined the family for Easter Sunday lunch.
Danielle, who turned 14 earlier this year, is determined to ride the wave of notoriety all the way to a Hollywood career but her legal woes threaten to thwart her plans.
All of the charges against Danielle stem from incidents involving her mother at their home.
Police were called to their house more than 51 times in a single year amid reports of arguing and anti-social behavior.
It is not clear whether she could face any jail time if convicted.
While Danielle's mother believes 'the sky's the limit', her police officer father wants to rein in her growing public profile.
Concerned that the youngster is being exploited by her mother for financial gain, Ira Peskowitz wants to see her taken out of Barbara Ann's care.
- This article was first published on dailymail.co.uk and is republished here with permission.