‘Pay me out’ girl Bhad Bhabie pays $8.3 million for Florida mansion

A woman who rose to prominence on Dr Phil’s show for saying “my money’s out, what about bye” has dropped $8.3 million on a swanky Florida pad.

He put cash in “my cash outside.”

Danielle Bregoli, now known as Bhad Bhabie — who became an internet star five years ago when she tried to fight Dr. Phil McGraw on his namesake talk show by saying his famous words “My money’s out, how about dah?” — now has something else to add to its name: properties, the New York Post report.

The Florida native, whose television interviews have since garnered about 14 million YouTube views and who has about 16 million Instagram followers, shelled out USD $6.1 million (AUD$8,297,232) for a house in Boca Raton, Fla., in a cash deal.

That’s right: you can now cash in on it inside the 855-square-meter ultra-luxury home.

Bregoli, now 19, closed in seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, equipped with all amenities, as of March 3, records show.

A “fully renovated 2020 modern estate,” the property, located in the gated community of Palm Beach County on one acre, features a two-story guesthouse, hurricane impact windows, and porcelain tiles throughout.

The chef’s on-site dining kitchen is fully equipped with walk-in pantry and state-of-the-art equipment.

Meanwhile, the master bedroom, located on the first floor, has three large walk-in wardrobes and an outside Jacuzzi area.

The master en suite bathroom has a walk-in rainshower with two shower heads and a mid-fall shower, notes the previous listing.

Facilities at the smart home include a pool/club room, dry sauna and wine cellar.

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Marcy F. Javor with Signature One Luxury Estates LLC holds listing.

This marks the second home the internet star has bought. He also has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms in the same neighborhood, which is selling for USD$3.67 million (AUD$4,992,613).

Bregoli has landed several million dollar deals thanks to his manager, Adam Kluger. Kluger set him up with Atlantic Records, even though they had split. She has earned millions in brand deals with online retailers like Fashion Nova and CopyCat Beauty.

He also launched his own indie music label. Worldwide, his music has been played more than 1.5 billion times.

But perhaps his most controversial source of income is his account on OnlyFans, which he followed when he was 18 years old. The paid subscription platform, which has gained notoriety in the adult entertainment industry, made $1 million in its first six hours on the site, breaking OnlyFans’ record.

While she hasn’t acknowledged how many scantily clad photos and videos she has on the platform since then, she says it’s enough to get her “ready for life.”

But the star had plenty of trouble, and in June 2020 completed a 30-day rehab program for prescription pill abuse and childhood trauma.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post and has been reproduced with permission.

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