The infamous girl who’s known for the catchphrase “cash me ousside, how about dah?” on the “Dr. Phil” show has found herself in a sticky situation – again. Danielle Bregoli, 13, and two of her friends were caught on camera fighting outside of a bar in Lake Worth, Florida Saturday night. Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office was investigating the street brawl that allegedly involved Bregoli and the two women sitting outside the bar.

In CCTV footage uploaded to Instagram by Kavasutra Kava Bar, the two women were shown sitting outside the bar during Lake Worth's annual Street Painting Festival.

“Cash me outside Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli attacks one of our patrons. An older woman who was concerned with Danielle being out late,” reads the video caption. The woman noticed Bregoli was offering to take selfies for $10 apiece, so she questioned her about her curfew. 

In response, one of Bregoli’s friends threw ice cream at the woman and fled.

However, TMZ reported the older women were teasing Bregoli with her signature catchphrase: "Cash me ousside. Howbow dah?” which was translated as, “Catch me outside. How about that?”

But it did not stop there. Another brawl broke out immediately after, which was not caught on camera, including the ice cream attacker and the bar patron, according to TMZ.

Bregoli and her friends have not been arrested for the incident.

Earlier this month, Bregoli was banned for life from flying Spirit Airlines after an onboard altercation she had with a woman. The act was also caught on camera.

"She was saying she was going to fight me. My mom was like put your hands on my kid. My mom took her by her throat, pushed her back and then the lady pushed my mom back," Bregoli said in an Instagram video.

"She got her ass whooped by a f--ing 13-year-old cause you wanna’ do heroin and snort f–-king crack and drink."

The Florida teenager rose to infamy after appearing on an episode of “Dr. Phil” last year because of her “out of control” behavior. At the time, Bregoli told her mother “cash me ousside, how bow dah.” The television psychologist was perplexed by the phrase, but it quickly became a viral meme, and ultimately turned into a song. You can listen to it here.