Danielle Bregoli, best known as the "Cash Me Ousside" girl, has been using her 15 minutes of fame to rake in a surprising amount of money.
Bregoli, 13, became an internet sensation after appearing on "Dr. Phil," in September 2016 and uttering her now-infamous catchphrase, "Cash me ousside, how bout dah," The Sun reports.
Video of Bregoli's appearance on the talk show went viral, and more than 156 million people have viewed related content, Dr. Phil notes.
During her appearance, Bregoli's mother accused her daughter of stealing cars and framing her for a false drug charge, Heat Street reports.
Bregoli grew up in Florida, where her mother raised her in a single parent household. Between February 2016 and February 2017, police were reportedly called to the Bregoli home 51 times.
After the "Dr. Phil" clip went viral, Bregoli jumped on the opportunity to turn her newfound fame into money.
Bregoli charges large sums of money to appear at bars, music festivals, meet and greets and parties, TMZ reports. Representatives tell TMZ that Bregoli charges a minimum $30,000 for appearances in the U.S. and $40,000 if she has to leave the country.
Bregoli is set to make $40,000 for a meet and greet with fans at the Rolling Loud Music Festival in May. The company organizing the festival will also throw Bregoli a 14th birthday party in March, from which she will get a cut of the ticket sales.
A New York City bar reportedly offered the teen $5,000 for an appearance, which she promptly turned down and laughed at.
Bregoli has built a following of more than 7 million on Instagram, where she also makes money from sponsored posts. In one post, she filmed herself promoting Fit Tea and wrote, "Cash me drinking Fit Tea and nothing else how bout dat," according to Heat Street.
Bregoli has remained in the spotlight by getting into public fights, including one in which she punched a woman on an airplane. Every time she gets into another fight, she reportedly gains more social media followers.
The 13-year-old has also dropped out of school to focus her time on making money off of her social media fame. On Feb. 28 she tweeted, "Who needs school when your rich."
Bregoli has also received several offers to star in her own reality TV show. She reportedly met with seven production companies in Hollywood to discuss creating her own reality show.
Merchandise is another source of income for Bregoli. She has a series of T-shirts featuring her "Cash Me Ousside" catchphrase, as well as a variety of other branded items, such as hoodies, blankets, ceramic plates and hats.