British cosplayer and self-proclaimed "gamer girl" Belle Delphine has resurfaced on social media and Only Fans, a year after causing a stir for selling jars of her bathwater.
Delphine announced her return in a tweet on Wednesday, along with a rap about being a gamer on her YouTube page.
"You were thinking I died? B*tch surprise," she rapped in the NSFW video, before rhyming, "Gobble up" with "Here's a big duck".
At the end of the video the 20-year-old plugged her new Instagram, Twitter and OnlyFans – a subscription site where content creators charge a fee for users, who can also pay tips to receive personalised photos and videos.
While the platform can be used by anyone – from chefs to personal trainers – it's best known for being used to make adult content, ranging from racy lingerie selfies to pornographic videos.
Delphine, who built a huge following thanks to her racy selfies, made headlines last year when she began selling jars of "gamer girl bathwater" to her 3.9 million followers.
According to Delphine, the water was "bottled while I'm playing in the bath. This really is bathwater".
A disclaimer stated the water was "not for drinking and should only be used for sentimental purposes".
For $45 a piece, she made an absolute killing, revealing in a post shared on Instagram at the time that the unusual product was out of stock.
"So my bath water SOLD OUT wtf …," she told her followers, describing the product as something "for all you thirsty gamer boys".
"I will be making some more soon but it's been honestly a weird couple of days taking SO many baths LMAO.
"I didn't expect this many people to be so interested, but if you wanted one … they will be back soon!"
But she abruptly disappeared off the internet not long after, when Instagram removed her "for violating our Community Guidelines", a Facebook spokesperson said at the time.
The remainder of her online presence had disappeared by October, when she tweeted a selfie with the caption "I got arrested lol".
Her arrest – which she claimed was a result of her vandalising someone's car after they allegedly stole her hamster – was never proved or verified.