‘Cash Me Ousside' Teen Pleads Guilty to Multiple Charges in Palm Beach County Courtroom

The charges stemmed from an incident that took place before her catchphrase went viral on "Dr. Phil"

The South Florida teen that drew worldwide attention on television with her “Cash me Ousside” catchphrase on "Dr. Phil" pleaded guilty to several charges Wednesday.

Fourteen-year-old Danielle Bergoli Peskowitz entered the pleas inside a Delray Beach courthouse, according to NBC affiliate WPTV, on charges that included grand theft, filing a false police report and possession of marijuana. She was not sentenced today.

The charges stemmed from an incident that took place before the Palm Beach County native’s 2016 appearance on Dr. Phillip McGraw's television show, where her catchphrase went viral and she began booking events across the country.

The teen currently lives in Los Angeles with her mother, but her father, Ira Peskowitz, has argued that it is not in her best interest for her to continue in that environment.

“I am the only parent in this relationship with Danielle that is trying to see the best thing for this child,” Peskowitz said outside the courtroom.

Bergoli Peskowitz could face charges as well for a separate battery incident in Lake Worth earlier this year.

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