First, that tour she had planned (with all the silly rider demands) was “postponed” until further notice, according to the Post, for some rather dubious reasons, none of which involve the fact that, you know, she has no actual talent.
“Due to an overwhelming response, we decided to look at larger venues and reschedule the events to better suit her growing audience as well as some significant professional developments. More information will be provided at a later date,” Bregoli’s representatives confirmed in a statement.
So far, they were unable to confirm when and where the new shows will take place.
That’s probably because they never will take place, but I’m just spitballing here.
And now we can also throw in the fact that on Wednesday Bregoli entered “pleas inside a Delray Beach courthouse, according to NBC affiliate WPTV, on charges that included grand theft, filing a false police report and possession of marijuana.”
She was not sentenced today, however, Bregoli could also face charges for a different battery incident that occurred in Lake Worth, Florida.
Danielle wore a fitted pink knee-length dress and her red-streaked hair down for the 8:30 AM hearing inside a Delray Beach juvenile court. She was joined by her mother Barbara Bregoli. However, the mom and daughter duo left the courtroom flanked by two large bodyguards who blocked them from reporters as they rushed to the nearest elevator.
The teen’s father, Ira Peskowitz was also in court asking the judge to restrict Danielle’s internet access. The judge denied Peskowitz’s request.
“My daughter is being exploited,” said Peskowitz after court. Tearfully expressing concerns that his daughter is being groomed for a career in pornography by adults who want to leverage her newfound celebrity.
The judge ordered Bregoli to return to court to deal with her guilty plea in a hearing set for July 20th.
Meanwhile, that internet access restriction that her father asked for? Yeah, it hasn’t happened yet…
Oh well, at least she made some solid cash while it lasted. How long the cash will last is a whole other question.