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Belle Delphine Returned to Social Media After Almost a Year Offline

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Back in the summer of 2019, Instagram model and gamer Belle Delphine (real name Mary-Belle Kirschner) made headlines when she advertised that she was selling her used bathwater for $30 a pop. The crazy business venture proved to be lucrative, as Belle sold out the first batch of the used water within a day.

While many would use their newfound stardom to further promote themselves online, Belle seemingly disappeared from the internet after her headline-making bathwater fiasco. 

In June of 2020, the model returned to her social media accounts, her Patreon subscribers, and her OnlyFans account after months offline. Though she's not currently selling anything from her bathroom, Belle is charging users a pretty penny to view her exclusive content. 

The Belle Delphine OnlyFans leak showcases what she put on her subscription site. Read on to find out more about Belle's return to the internet.

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Belle Delphine returned to the internet with an "I'm Back" music video.

After her several-month-long break from being active online, Belle bashed her haters and she explained her new social media platforms in her song "I'm Back." Belle posted the song and its accompanying NSFW music video on June 17, and she encouraged her fans over the age of 18 to subscribe to her OnlyFans account. 

Belle spoke with LADbible about making her highly anticipated return online. 

"Taking time away from the internet I think is super important for anyone to do, I mean — of course there are reasons why I took a break," she explained to the outlet. "I was getting a little bit sleepy from the internet at the time, once you're plugged in, there's no little rest button you can press to just take a break— so I think it was a good time to take a rest."

She also discussed how internet users had found her home address online, and how she felt that it was a violation to her safety.

"I went to the police, they were actively searching for the person who posted it and [they] removed my old house from Google Maps," she said.

Eventually, Belle added, she wanted to be back online. 

"But I miss the internet, the internet is a fun playground, and I miss playing there," she said. 

Belle Delphine's OnlyFans leak has subscribers in a frenzy.

While Belle is done with selling used water, her return to the internet requires fans to shell out money in order to see her content. The social media star has created an OnlyFans account, which is a subscription service that allows paying users to see exclusive (and oftentimes explicit content).

For $35 per month, subscribers can see Belle's content and interact with her online. 

The YouTube commentary account Kavos posted a video entitled "I Paid for Belle Delphine's OnlyFans Account So You Don't Have To" that showcased some of the content featured on her account (with censors).

Belle also has a three-tiered Patreon account, and interested users can purchase a package for $1, $5, or $25 per month. 

After her online break, it's evident that Belle is making up for lost time by having a strong presence on subscription sites. 

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