Danielle Bregoli, better known as the "cash me outside, how bow dah" girl, has taken another step towards turning her behavioural problems into a money-making enterprise.
The troubled teen, who turned 14 on Sunday, has officially gone the way of the Kardashian clan by signing a reality television deal that's likely to see her become a millionaire by the end of the year.
Bregoli rose to fame after an appearance on Dr Phil in September 2016, when her mother chose to confront her on her unruly behaviour with the help of host Phil McGraw.
The teen was thrown off by audience members laughing at her, and threatened them by calling them "hoes" and telling them to "cash me ousside, how bow dah?", which translates to "catch me outside, how about that?"
She became an internet star early in 2017, and now TMZ reports that a major TV production company has seized on her success by pitching a reality television deal to her and her family.
TMZ say she signed the contract with IMG's original content department on Friday, and were reportedly told that seven different production companies approached Bregoli - four of them with pitches for a reality show.
The 14-year-old is already earning bags of money, with reports suggesting she charges US$30,000 (NZ$42,580) to make appearances at parties.
Bregoli has also been in a number of high-profile scraps - including those with a fellow passenger on a plane, a group of fans outside a bar, and her own mother - which, rather than turning people off her, has only served to boost her profile.
And she's not the first person to capitalise on her 15 minutes of fame. Kim Kardashian turned a sex tape with hip-hop artist Ray J into a multi-million dollar reality show featuring her family.
However, it's unlikely she'll be offering advice on how to emulate her success after Bregoli called Kardashian "f**king talentless" earlier this year.