Belle Delphine is reported to be one of the top earners on the exclusive content sharing site OnlyFans.
Alongside her venture into porn and the sale of weird items — like bottled bath water — she has managed to rake in some serious cash.
The South African born 22-year-old first rose to fame as a model on Instagram, where she wore brightly coloured wigs and anime accessories.
Many of the e-girl's looks were very sexual, with references to anime, gaming, memes and online trends all part of her image.
She's famous for pulling an orgasm-like face – lifted from hentai porn – known as ahegao.
She joined the OnlyFans subscription service when she turned 18, selling censored or partially exposed content.
Since then her output has become far more sexual, morphing into full on porn on Christmas Day 2020.
What is Belle Delphine's net worth?
Likely to be her biggest source of income, Delphine's rise up the OnlyFans rich list happened quickly.
It's reported she earns a staggering £895,000 per month, making her roughly £10.5million a year.
Speaking on YouTuber Logan Paul's 'Impaulsive' podcast she said she earned around one million dollars a month – at that time subscription fees to her content were at £26 per month.
She said: "All, like, the main people on Only Fans are roughly earning the same, I think… From what I know, and at the moment it's, like, a mill a month."
Belle Delphine bath water
However, perhaps Delphine's most notable career move has been through the sale of her own used bathwater for £20 a go.
The move, which caused shock to many, was coupled with the sale of used condoms and eventually led to her Instagram account being banned.
Metro reports she sold 500 tubs of bath water in two days.
In the past she has also posted 'kidnapping' videos without any trigger warnings much to the horror of fans, but refused to apologise afterwards.
She told the Daily Star: "I made it very clear in the caption of my photo, and anything written about it that I was enjoying it and that is was consensual, I never said the word rape, or anything against my will."
In the past Delphine has put out warnings to others thinking about attempting to replicate her success: “People can see me and see my numbers and think, 'Oh, she's doing really well so that means I can do really well’.
“For every one successful girl you see, there are thousands of other girls working really hard and not earning anything."
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