‘Cash Me Ousside Girl’ Tossed Off Spirit For Life

Feb 7, 2017

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In January, a video of 13-year old Danielle Bregoli on the Dr. Phil show took the internet by storm. In the clip, Bregoli threatens to fight the entire audience, uttering her now famous catch phrase, “Cash me ousside. How bow dat?” (Fast forward to 3:25 to get straight to it.)

Now, Danielle is in the news again — this time for punching a passenger on a Spirit Airlines flight departing from Los Angeles (LAX). The passenger who was acquainted with Bregoli’s fist was allegedly frustrated with Danielle’s mother who was having trouble putting away her carry-on because of her leg brace. A verbal argument ensued, which ended in Danielle coming to her mother’s defense by giving the other passenger a beating. Watch the brawl in the video below and be glad this is a flight you missed.

Danielle, her mother and the other passenger involved were all escorted from the plane and banned from riding Spirit for life (which doesn’t seem like a horrible punishment really). So, how bow dah?

H/T: TMZ

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