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Belle Delphine, the gamer girl infamous for selling her bathwater and pranking thirsty followers with a trolly Pornhub account, says she was arrested.
Delphine has been quiet this summer — after her Instagram account was taken down for “nudity or pornography” she told her Patreon followers that she planned on making a new account. But Dexerto reports that Delphine’s Patreon followers are displeased with her lack of content and accused the influencer of scamming them. On Aug. 5, Delphine said she was hospitalized for food poisoning during a vacation to Greece, insinuating her absence was because she was still recovering.
Since then her Twitter has been silent, except for this Tweet on Aug. 21.
— SLUSHII「スラちゃん」 (@SlushiiMusic) August 21, 2019
In a recent H3 podcast, YouTuber Ethan Klein brought up another theory: he believed Delphine was arrested, possibly for trying to ship bathwater.
“Shipping bathwater, I don’t think is legal,” host Ethan Klein said. “So all of a sudden the UK government’s like, ‘You’re selling what?’ You can’t send used bathwater, or urine, or whatever else she’s sending.”
The online store currently claiming to sell Delphine’s jarred Gamer Girl pee is fake, though she has apparently sold her own bathwater in the past. Her store is currently offline.
Delphine emerged from her social media hiatus on Monday with an apparent mugshot. She posted the photo of herself with messy hair and smudged mascara on Twitter. It includes a watermark from the Metropolitan Police in London.
I got arrested lol pic.twitter.com/11GJXHpLqF
— Belle Delphine (@bunnydelphine) October 7, 2019
The mugshot Delphine posted does not appear in any reverse image searches or in the Metropolitan Police’s public database of mugshots. The Metropolitan Police’s mugshots also don’t include the watermark in Delphine’s tweet. At the time of writing, the Metropolitan Police has not responded to request for comment. It’s possible that Delphine saw the conspiracy theory that she had been arrested, and is now playing along with the joke.
It’s unclear how bathwater is categorized according to the United Kingdom’s Royal Mail service, but “biological substances” cannot be shipped internationally.
But Delphine is, even if very briefly, in the spotlight again.