Belle Delphine, Who Makes Millions On OnlyFans, Reveals She Left School At 14 Because Of Being Bullied

Posted by Sumaiya Ghani in Entertainment On 6th February 2021
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The 21-year-old told Insider that she never completed school. She dropped out at age 14 after experiencing bullying and being treated as a weird kid. "It really isolated me even more because I thought the internet was the only place people accepted me."

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Belle Delphine left school at the age of 14 before deciding to make a fortune through OnlyFans

Belle has revealed her past and one thing that shocks the fans is that the young star left the school at the age of 14. 

The 21-year-old star is known by her name Belle Delphine on Youtube and OnlyFans but her real name is Mary-Belle Kirschner. 

 

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The girl who is famous for her weird content was bullied at school

Belle is famous for her 'weird' content and is making a whopping $1.2 million a month through OnlyFans work.

Belle told Insider about her difficult life before getting famous. She revealed how she dropped out of her UK secondary school in 2014 when she was just 14.

Belle revealed she was bullied during the school days and was a 'weird' kid that had to deal with a 'bad mental state' throughout her early education.

 

 

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She left school and did odd jobs to survive before getting famous on Instagram

The OnlyFans star told the incident that pushed her to drop out was actually reminiscent of the scandals that she would later face as a controversial internet star, explaining how she became a huge fan of a genre known as anti-political correctness - through YouTubers like iDubbbz, a personality known for his 'Content Cop' series that exposes and mocks other YouTubers, and a parody character called Filthy Frank.

Belle even changed schools at age 14 to start fresh but her former classmates spread screenshots of offensive jokes that Delphine had made online and eventually she decided to leave school forever.

 

 

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Belle told:

"Basically this joke was a string of ironic comments."

"The initial thread started with someone saying, 'I love cancer'.

"So people were saying, like, 'I love cancer because you can get a free wig'.

"I said, 'I love cancer because you can go to Disneyland'."

Her former class fellows leaked the screenshots and then everybody started hating her at the new school. She told she used to wake up to messages containing 'hate after hate after hate'.

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This all bullying and dropping out of school propelled Belle more into the internet world

She hesitated to return to school hence decided to not go back ever. 

"In some ways, it really propelled me more into the internet."

"When that happened, and everyone in my hometown kind of turned against me, it really kind of made me turn against them and go, 'F*** you'."

"It really isolated me even more because I thought the internet was the only place people accepted me."

She even left her house at age 15 and did odd jobs to survive including being a waitress and a babysitter. 

She enjjoyed the love the social media gave her and soon turned her whole attention to it. Nowadays, the 21-year-old star is earning 'a mill a month' through her OnlyFans page.

 

 

 

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Belle Delphine's OnlyFans account subscription is $35 (£26) which makes her one of the most expensive content creators on the site

Belle spoke to Logan Paul on his Impaulsive podcast where she revealed the hefty amount of cash she earns each month for posting her not-suitable-for-work content.

Belle's OnlyFans account subscription is $35 (£26) a month which is one of the largest on the site but this doesn't stop people from subscribing to her. 

During the podcast, Logan's co-host Mike Majlak said:

"That would put you at the highest echelon because from what I've heard, the girls in America - the higher earners are generally between four and six hundred thousand a month."

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