Andrew Tate, a controversial internet personality, will be appearing in court in Romania on Wednesday. Lawyers argue that he should be freed.
Tristan, the British-American national, and Tristan are being held in custody since 29/12 on suspicion of human trafficking and rape.
Two other female suspects from Romania were also detained.
The Tate brothers are accused of seducing their victims and falsely claiming they want a relationship or marriage.
Prosecutors claim that the women were forced to make pornographic content by duress.
Andrew Tate, a kickboxer and influencer, is also charged with raping one victim last March. The allegations are denied by all four.
A court extended their preventive custody period from earlier this month to 27 February.
Defense teams today will argue that there isn’t enough evidence to keep them in custody.
Romanian authorities claimed that they had seized goods, money and luxury vehicles worth nearly PS3.25m ($4m), following the arrests.
These items are also being returned by the legal team of the brothers.
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Andrew Tate’s first comment since being detained was last week.
He said to reporters, “They know that we have not done anything wrong,” as he was taken in by anti-organised criminal prosecutors for further questioning. “This file has been completely emptied. It’s obviously unjust. There is no justice in Romania, unfortunately.
Tate is well-known for his misogynistic content. However, he has been banned from all major social media platforms.
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