Danielle Bregoli became famous overnight when she was featured as the "Cash Me Outside" girl on the #Reality TV show "Dr. Phil." The 14-year-old rose to international fame and immediately began to cash in on her celebrity status.

Bregoli has been involved in a number of crimes before her fame, which appear to have finally caught up with her. The star was recently sentenced to five years of probation for her crimes.

The star has been involved in several crimes

According to We The Unicorns, Danielle Bregoli has been involved in a number of different crimes since last year when she first rose to fame. The 14-year-old managed to escape charges including grand theft auto, filing a false #Police report, and possession of marijuana back in 2016.

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These crimes happened before the teenager became famous through her appearance on the reality TV show "Dr. Phil."

The 14-year-old has also filed a police report against her own mother, stating that her mom is abusing her. There has been no conclusive evidence surrounding this claim, and as such, the police report was added to the teenager's list of crimes. Earlier this year, Danielle was found with marijuana in her car.

Danielle Bregoli pleaded guilty to all of the charges against her, and as such, she has been sentenced to 5 years probation. The celebrity is allowed to spend the years of her probation in California where she lives with her mother. According to Metro, the teenager must complete a total of 100 hours community service and obey a strict curfew.

Her father is extremely concerned for her

Danielle Bregoli's father is very worried for the well-being of his daughter and has claimed that people are using her because of her new celebrity status.

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According to Metro, Danielle's father, Ira Peskowtiz, has made a statement about his concerns for his daughter. He has stated that ever since she rose to fame, a management team continues to put his daughter in the limelight and influences her actions.

Peskowitz appeared in court on the day when his daughter pleaded guilty to the charges against her and took the chance to implore the judge for help. The father stated that he was the only parent looking out for the best interests of his daughter and asked that Danielle not serve her probation in California so she could live with him instead.

Peskowitz told NBC News that he is deeply concerned about the kind of life his daughter is being pushed into at such a young age. It is clear that he wants her to live a normal life and grow up as a teenager who is not judged by the media for her mistakes.

Danielle Bregoli has not commented on her situation. However, the internet star continues to post to her social media in order to maintain her fans.