elliot-wolf - March 5, 2018
Danielle Bregoli is officially the man of the house now. She paid off her mother’s mortgage so she’s free to openly use as many potty mouth words indoors as she wants. It’s the perks of being the primary provider and underaged breadwinner. She’s turned her bad attitude and personal problems into a payday and her absent father wants his share before he completely exits stage left from her life. Danielle's ex-daddy, Ira Peskowitz, voluntarily gave up his parental rights because he no longer wants to pay child support for a child that most likely cashes bigger checks than he has ever had the pleasure of cashing in his life. There’s no doubt that he set up a deal with her mother to get a large lump sum before cutting off the cash cow with cornrows he conveniently forgot to care existed until now.
Danielle Bregoli doesn't have a father anymore ... legally speaking.
Danielle's mother, Barbara Bregoli, filed docs -- obtained by TMZ -- to formally remove her dad's name, Ira Peskowitz, from her birth certificate. A judge has signed off on it to make it official.
As we've reported ... Danielle -- aka Bhad Bhabie -- has had bad blood with Ira ... claiming he was an absentee father who only now wanted to be in her life because she's making bank. Ira also begged the court to let him off the hook on child support.
Bregoli transformed from broke and barely budding during puberty into a well-paid and well-seasoned jail-bait rap star within the blink of an eye. Who said having a bad attitude doesn’t pay off? She’s reportedly moving on from rap to reality TV. I believe society is to blame here for basically creating Kim Kardashian reloaded. Danielle’s been famous since 13 so she may even become a bigger shame to success story than Kim. If her dad was smart he would’ve waited until the season three reality TV checks start rolling in before cashing out.
Photo Credit: Dr. Phil's GILFy wife Robin McGraw from the Dr. Phil Show / CBS / Instagram
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