Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli (aka the "Cash Me Outside Girl") known professionally as Bhad Bhabie is an American social media personality and rapper from Boynton Beach, Florida with a history of theft, violence, and misbehavior. She became a viral meme after appearing on the Dr. Phil Show in February 2017. Her catchphrase, "Cash Me Outside How Bow Dah" went viral, as well.    
Danielle was born on March 26, 2003, to Ira Peskowitz, a law enforcement officer, and Barbara Ann Bregoli. They separated while she was an infant and had a bitter custody battle for her. The mother received full custody of Danielle.  When she was 6, her mother was struck with Breast cancer but survived. They were involved in a photo-op together about Mother's Day soon after.  Danielle has since been misbehaving recently, having been arrested numerous times by the police.
Cash Me Outside
Danielle became famous after appearing on the Dr. Phil Show. Videos of her went viral after she coined the phrase, "Cash Me Outside How Bow Dah". She said it in response to people in the studio audience taunting her, suggesting to fight them after the show. 
On August 24, 2017, Bregoli released her first single, "These Heaux", as a rapper on SoundCloud.  Bregoli released the official music video for the song on August 30, 2017, and has gained over 21 million views on YouTube. 
Relationship with Kodak Black
Later that month, Kodak Black was in a FaceTime conversation with Bregoli. They talked about her boyfriend, where he eventually asked her, "You about to put the pussy on him?" Several people considered this question controversial because Kodak Black is officially an adult and Danielle Bregoli is not at the legal age to consent sex. 
After that video spread on social media, rumors spread that Kodak Black had sex with Danielle Bregoli.
In March 2017, Bregoli addressed whether she and Kodak Black had sexual relationships in a live stream video. After she receives a question in the comments section asking her "Did [she] fuck Kodak Black?" she replies with emphatic claps, "No. I. Did. Not. Fuck. Ko. Dak. Black." She continued by saying:
Just because you talk to somebody, Facetime somebody on the phone, does not mean you’re fucking them. Just because you made a video of somebody’s song does not mean you’re fucking them. 
Danielle Bregoli said on The Cruz Show on Power 106 that she would like to take her fame and transition into an acting career, whether it be starring in a TV show or a movie. She went on to say that she thinks she would like to star in a reality TV show because she doesn't like scripts. 
Her other ambitions include helping victims of bullying (because she used to be bullied in school) and pursuing a nursing career. 
On February 6, 2017, Danielle Bregoli was kicked off a flight, along with her mother and a third party. 
She and her mother were boarding a Spirit Airlines flight out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). When they got on the plane, Danielle's mom was having trouble putting her carry-on bag in the overhead due to an injured foot. 
Danielle Bregoli's mother eventually got into a dispute with one of the passengers. She allegedly called Danielle "trash," to which her mother resented her for saying that. 
The video cuts to Danielle Bregoli screaming at the third party, "Wassup, ho? Wassup!" That led to the passenger getting out of her seat and getting into a fist fight with both Danielle and her mom. Danielle's mother physical touched the female passenger, to which she attempted to punch Danielle's mom. Subsequently, Danielle threw a punch at the passenger. 
Sources claim that the unknown passenger lashed out at Danielle, calling her a "wanker" and spitting in the direction of the two Bregolis. 
As a result, Spirit Airlines banned Danielle, her mother, and the third party from flying with their airline ever again. 
In the video uploads, the hackers claim that Danielle is a false idol and to pay attention of what happens next. A leak of unknown material is scheduled on March 8th at 12 pm Eastern Standard Time.   The hack ended up be a promotional video for a local rapper.
On August 1, 2017, Danielle was sentenced to 5 years probation in Delray Beach, FL after pleading guilty to 4 charges back in June including 2 counts of grand theft, possession of marijuana, and filing a false police report. She will be completing her probation in California where she now lives with her mom.