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Andrew Tate to appear in court later today – and is expected to ask to be freed from detention

Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate, his brother, will be returning to court today to ask for release from Romanian detention. Many will be watching to see what happens next around the globe.

Two women and the pair are being accused of rape, trafficking in people, and organized crime. These allegations follow the December arrests of all four.

Romania’s DIICOT unit which investigates terrorist and organised crime, has said it has identified six victims of “acts physical violence and mental coercion” as well as being “sexually exploited” by members.

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Who’s Andrew Tate?

The Tates were taken from their home in Bucharest’s suburb and placed in cells close to the main appeal court. They will be appearing today.

They have been there since then, with the exception of a brief time when it was understood that one brother was taken to hospital for medical attention.

Their lawyers will argue that they were unlawfully detained and that any possessions that were seized by Romanian authorities should be returned to them.

The hearing will begin in the morning. Tate’s lawyer Eugen Vidineac told Sky News that it could take all day.

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He will tell the court that there is not enough evidence to support his clients other than a single statement and that due process was not followed.

Andrew Tate is a social media star who has gained a large following with his provocative messages and menacing tweets. He also makes short films that portray women as being submissive to men. This has been widely condemned as misogynistic.

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Who’s Andrew Tate?

He calls himself the “king of toxic masculinity”, and claims to have made a fortune through a business empire that was centered on webcam pornography. Tate has also been accused of using the “Hustlers University” to make more money. The monthly fee is to help members earn more money and has been criticized as a pyramid-selling scheme to boost Tate’s fame.

His allegations focus on an allegation that he lured women to Romania with the pretence of a relationship, and then forced them to perform pornographic acts under duress.

Tate was expelled from Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter for his hateful posts. However, his Twitter account with 4.4 million followers has been reinstated to the platform after Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.

It is being used to publish a series messages declaring his innocence, and blaming the Matrix for “attacking” them.


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