The 'Cash Me Ousside' girl ain't done picking fights yet -- only now, she's got her pals in on the action ... outside of a bar.
Danielle Bregoli was in downtown Lake Worth, FL Saturday night, where she and 2 of her girlfriends -- who also look like teens -- helped start a massive brawl at a nearby bar.
Eyewitnesses tell us Danielle and her crew were just passing by, when customers outside on the patio started taunting them with Danielle's catchphrase ... you know the one.
We're told Danielle and co. played along at first, shouting it back and teasing fans with the prospect of pics/selfies for $10 a pop -- that is, until Danielle started getting pissed by the constant shouting on the other end ... causing 1 of her friends to attack a lady.
A crowd started chasing the 3 girls down the street, but not before another random fight broke out between other bar goers right on the spot.
We're told Danielle and her friends were long gone by the time cops showed up. She was not arrested.
"Game of Thrones" star Neil Fingleton has died from heart failure.
The 7'7" actor died Saturday in the UK.
Fingleton was a basketball player both in college and professionally before becoming an actor. He played in college for both University of North Carolina and Holy Cross. He played professionally in Spain, China, Italy, Greece and England.
Fingleton played Mag the Mighty on the hit show. He also appeared on "Dr. Who," and in "X-Men: First Class" and "Avengers" Age of Ultron."
The actor was among the 25 tallest men in the world.
Shaq's playful beef with NBA player JaVale McGee just went NUCLEAR ... with the two men vowing to fight each other ON SIGHT after a series of menacing and threatening tweets.
McGee's been a target of Shaq's 'Shaqtin' A Fool' segment on "Inside The NBA" for years, and apparently had enough when the broadcast devoted a whole segment to his on court screw-ups Thursday night.
JaVale took to Twitter and blasted O'Neal, asking Shaq to kindly get his umm, peanut emojis out of his mouth ... you get the meaning, right?
Shaq wasted no time firing back ... leveling a direct physical threat at the Warriors big man that had ZERO of O'Neal's trademark levity.
"@JaValeMcGee34 don't be acting like u a g I'll smack the s**t out yo bum ass u da one that be looking stupid with your dumb ass #bumass."
Shaq then doubled down, making the threat a promise saying, "we gonna see how tough you are when I see yo ass."
McGee and O'Neal's rift has threatened to get serious before, including a time JaVale called Shaq a "coon" -- a terrible racially charged insult to a black man -- on LIVE TV ... but it's clear that things have now gotten outta hand.
Alan Colmes, half of the FNC hit show "Hannity & Colmes" died after a brief illness.
Colmes teamed up with Sean Hannity in 1996 and became a cornerstone of Fox News Channel. Colmes was the liberal and played against Hannity, a stalwart conservative. The team split up in 2009, when Hannity went solo on FNC.
Colmes had been doing a radio show on Fox News Radio until last month, when he took a leave of absence.
The "This Is Us" episode that pissed off so many fans is not necessarily the end for the guy who played -- or plays -- Randall's biological dad, William.
Ron Cephas Jones gave us his take on why fans got so emotional about Tuesday night's episode, where ... SPOILER ALERT ... William dies. Viewers have said it was just too gut-wrenching, even though it was telegraphed for weeks that Ron's terminally ill character was nearing the end.
But check out why Ron's not that depressed about William's passing. The way he sees it, there's nothing fatal about death on the hit show.
"Family Matters" star Darius McCrary is terrorizing his wife and infant -- allegedly holding the little girl over boiling water once ... this according to the wife who just got a restraining order against him.
Tammy Brawner says McCrary went nuts on Feb. 10 ... hurling picture frames and other objects around the house, and hitting her in the head with his forearm. She says the objects he threw came dangerously close to their 16-month-old daughter, Zoey.
Where Zoey's concerned ... Tammy says McCrary has abused her on several instances, including one particularly horrifying time when he held the baby over a boiling pot of water and said he wished he never had her. In docs obtained by TMZ, she also accuses him of frequent spankings and strapping down Zoey's arms during meals.
Tammy, a former Harlem Globetrotter, says the actor regularly drinks, does drugs and comes home wasted and violent.
A judge has ordered Darius to move out of their home, and he must stay 100 yards away from Tammy and Zoey. He's also barred from visitation until after a court hearing next month. Tammy says she plans to file for divorce.
Tessa Thompson's got a message for anyone cancelling their Netflix membership over a new series that eyes racial tension through various lenses -- stop being silly.
Tessa -- who starred in the "Dear White People" movie -- was out at LAX Tuesday when she defended the upcoming show based on the popular indie film. Tessa's adamant people 86ing their membership is EXACTLY why the new series -- a satirical take on race -- is needed more than ever.
Alonzo Bodden would NOT emcee the White House Correspondents' Dinner because he thinks it's a comedian's death sentence.
The 3rd season winner of "Last Comic Standing" admits the exposure would be great, but he would lose his African-American and Hispanic audience.
It's interesting ... he thinks the administration just can't take a joke, and that would suck the funny out of the room.
Ron White also says he'd pass on emceeing the dinner, but for a different reason ... he thinks roasting Trump is just sophomoric comedy for 3rd graders. He also has Aretha issues ... as in R-E-S-P-E-C-T for the office of president.