Bhad Bhabie Claims Dr. Phil Show Sent Her to a Torture Camp

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Dr. Phil, along with most afternoon TV shows, wants you to believe they’re helping people. I mean, after all, if the people on these shows aren’t being helped, we’re just voyeuristically watching to see a freak show.

One of the more popular segments on these shows is the “out-of-control teens.” Probably the most famous of these segments was when Dr. Phil had on Danielle Bregoli, a.k.a. Bhad Bhabie, a.k.a. the “cash me ousside” girl. But these sorts of segments were so popular that South Park was making fun of them before Bregoli was even born.

That aired in 2006 and Danielle Bregoli was born in 2007.

Bregoli is now claiming that not only did Dr. Phil not help her, but the “troubled teens” camp she was sent to was more like another episode of South Park, Death Camp of Tolerance.

Bregoli talked about her experience in one of these camps on Instagram.

There’s been a Murder at this facility, reports of torture and now a report of sexual abuse and dr. Phil still continues to send trouble children here even after knowing this stuff has happened at this facility. This makes my blood boil. I went through being malnourished, abused , and having to do hard labor and being there while someone was murdered. I came back with more trauma then I went there with. I was sent to this place to get help. Hannah went to this place to get help what she got was the complete opposite @turnabout_ranchneeds to be SHUT DOWN IMMEDIATELY and staff should receive consequences for how they treat helpless children.

So what exactly are we watching when we watch these daytime shows? I know that seeing someone like Bregoli at 13 go on a segment titled “I Want to Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried to Frame Me for a Crime” makes you feel like a better parent, but what’s the cost to the children who are on these shows?

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3 years ago

Danielle was born in 2003, not 2007.