Earlier this month, we brought you the story of Nicolette, a teenage girl living in Beverly Hills who was furious when her mum brought her monthly allowance down from $5,000 to a measly $1,000 - oh, the humanity.
Well, the 16-year-old and her mum have appeared on ITV's This Morning and viewers were not happy with what she had to say.
Some people don't even earn close to the smaller amount that Nicolette now gets every month - and the fact that she gets that amount for doing nothing hasn't gone down well with viewers.
When host Eamonn Holmes asked the teenager whether she would consider getting a job, she promptly refused, saying it's 'too much work'.
She claimed that she makes her own money 'through social media' and she seemed disgusted at the idea of actually having to earn cash the normal way through a part-time job.
People on social media genuinely couldn't believe what they were watching.
Her mum, Nina Gray, jokingly said that Nicolette would quit a job before she would be fired.
In a surprising twist, the teenager blamed her mum for causing her to be a brat, saying: "This is your fault. You literally cause me to be this way. You caused this. You chose to raise me here in Beverly Hills like this... so deal with it."
The teen, dubbed the 'Beverly Hills Brat', first caught the world's attention while appearing on US TV show Dr Phil because she wanted to enlist the celebrity psychologist to tell her mum that cutting her allowance was wrong.
"I need money to buy clothes, I need money to buy shoes - my mum just doesn't get it," she said on the show.
Nicolette openly admitted to having zero future goals, except for living a life where she doesn't have to work, be rich, and wear designer clothes. She told Dr Phil that she couldn't work out why her mum wouldn't buy her a Mercedes G Wagon for her birthday - which casually retails at about $190,000 (£140,000).
She said: "When my mum doesn't give me more money, I make her life a living hell. I have my ways. My mum raised me with everything I wanted and she needs to continue because it's the only life I've ever known."
When her allowance was brought down, she added: "I feel like a peasant. I can't live like this anymore. I'm always out of money. If you ask me, I feel like my mum should be giving me $2,500 (£1,832) a month just to cover my basic expenses."
Who knows, maybe she's desperately trying to be the next 'Cash Me Ousside Girl' by appearing to be bratty and entitled.
Featured Image Credit: Nicolette Gray/Instagram