Dr. Phil McGraw, television personality and psychologist, talked about cyber-bullying during a hearing of the Healthy Families and Communities Subcommittee of the U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., June 24, 2010. Reuters

If you thought Danielle Bregoli’s viral “cash me outside” appearance on Dr. Phil in September was the last time you’d see her on the internet, think again. The 13-year-old from Boynton Beach, Florida, has risen to fame following her rambunctious behavior on the talk show, prompting a spike in social media fame, opportunities for merchandising and appearing in an unofficial music video paying homage to Kodak Black’s song, “Everything 1K.”

Despite her rise in popularity, the new star has run into some trouble. Bregoli has allegedly been accused of copying the “C” from Hanes’s Champion logo to use for merchandising hoodies with her catchphrase “cash me outside,” according to TMZ. She has posted photos of herself wearing the sweatshirt on Instagram, tagging an account she collaborated with for sales.

Bregoli also reportedly left the Los Angeles Airport Monday night with bodyguards a week after she found herself in a physical altercation with a woman on a Spirit Airlines flight. When asked about the added security, the Internet star said, “I could defend for myself. People want to be slick and I’m not going to jail in California.”

The 13-year-old returned to the origin of her fame, the Dr. Phil show, last Friday to give an update on her behavior. The star attended a school and treatment program for teenagers in Utah for almost five months following the initial episode in September, which centered around her attitude and strained relationship with her mother. Bregoli said during a pre-recorded clip that she had been doing better.

However, Bregoli’s behavior revealed a more negative outcome on the day of the second Dr. Phil episode, where she told the show’s producers before her appearance that she would tell McGraw to “suck her dick.” Once she walked on stage, Bregoli said, “Where’s the hoes?” in reference to the first time she called Dr. Phil’s audience members “hoes” in the original episode.

Bregoli went viral on the internet after a video clip from her appearance on Dr. Phil was circulated widely online. The footage shows the girl calling Dr. Phil’s audience “hoes” before telling them to “cash me outside, how bah dah?” as a threat.