Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli, who rose to internet fame as "Cash Me Outside" girl after her appearance on "Dr. Phil" last year, was allegedly removed from a Spirit Airlines flight for an altercation with another passenger.
Bregoli, 13, and her mother Barbara Ann,who is currently walking in a foot cast, were boarding a flight from Los Angeles International Airport Monday night.
Another female passenger allegedly pushed Bregoli's mother, who was struggling to put luggage in an overhead compartment. Bregolisaid once the woman put her hands on her mom, the teen admitted to punching the woman.
"She was saying she was going to fight me. My mom was, 'like put your hands on my kid.' My mom took her by her throat, pushed her back and then the lady pushed my mom back,” Bregoli said in an Instagram video that was later deleted, the New York Post reported."She got her ass whooped by a f—ing 13-year-old cause you wanna’ do heroin and snort f—ing crack and drink."
In videos obtained by TMZ, the other woman can be heard spitting on Bregoli and her mother, and calling the teen a "wigger."
The unidentified other woman reportedly made a citizen's arrest before police escorted all three women off the plane,TMZreported. There were no arrests, and nobody has pressed charges.
Bregoli rose to fame on an episode of "Dr. Phil" that aired in September, in which her "cash me outside" catchphrase — which her mother defined as,"Catch her outside means she’ll go outside and do what she has to do" — went viral.
The episode, "I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime," featured the "provocative" teenager and her mom, whom Bregoli described as overbearing and controlling.
The duo are set to appear on "Dr. Phil" again later this month,Peoplereported.