It has been announced that the "Cash Me Outside Girl," whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, is getting her very own Reality Show. The girl who turned 14 on March 27 became known on "The Dr. Phil Show" when she and her mother were there to discuss the girl's troubled past and terrible behavior.

Last September when Danielle was on the show she was 13 years old. She was proud to describe herself as a car-stealing, knife-wielding, and twerking teen. She stole a crew member's car and went for a joy ride while filming the show. Once she tried to frame her mother for a crime she committed.

Danielle got in a fight with a passenger on a plane. She and her mother have been banned from that airline for life.

Appearance with Dr. Phil

Danielle has been in the news since her appearance with Dr. Phil because as she talked, the studio audience began to laugh. The teen told them, "Cash me outside, how bow dah?" Her mother had to explain to Dr. Phil what her daughter was saying. Since then, she has been identified as the "Cash Me Outside Girl" and has become famous for that one liner that doesn't even make sense.

Since Danielle appeared on "The Dr. Phil Show," she has accumulated more than 1.5 million likes on Facebook and 8.5 million followers on her Instagram account. The teen who speaks improper English has also been paid thousands of dollars for public appearances and speaking engagements.

The wayward teen charges from $30,000 to $40,000 for making appearances at parties.

TMZ's announcement

TMZ announced that at least seven agencies were interested in producing a reality show that will be centered around the teen's volatile relationship with her mother, Barbara Ann. Danielle signed a deal with one of the major television production companies last Friday.

She signed on to work with IMG's original content department.

Danielle and her mother will relocate from their Boynton Beach, Florida home to Hollywood to film the series. The show is only in the planning stages, but producers are confident that they will sell the series, and the "Cash Me Outside Girl" could become a millionaire by the end of the year.

Many people don't believe the teen with behavioral problems and criminal activities should be rewarded with a reality show. It might send the wrong message to other teens. Danielle's father, Ira, is said to be worried that his daughter is in the spotlight for the wrong reasons.