After his extended detention period, Andrew Tate, a self-declared misogynist influencer, can be kept in Romania for an additional 30 days.
Tate, and Tristan are under investigation for allegations of sexual assault and exploitation.
Two women who were detained simultaneously are being held in house arrest. The allegations are denied by all four.
After he was arraigned in court earlier this month, the British-American National protested his innocence
Andrew Tate stated, “Ask them to provide evidence and they won’t give you any because it doesn’t exist.” “You’ll soon find out the truth about this case.”
Tates are accused of seducing their victims and presuming they want a relationship or marriage.
Prosecutors claimed that the women were forced to make pornographic content by duress.
Andrew Tate (36), a kickboxer and influencer, is also charged with raping one victim last March.
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Tate was arrested and his items seized
Tate and Tristan, Tate’s brother, were taken into custody last December 29th.
Romanian authorities claimed they had seize goods and money in excess of PS3.25m from the villa of the controversial influencer, which included luxury cars.
Initial detention was for 24 hours. Then, it was extended to 30. In January, they were extended for another 30 days.
Tate has been banned from Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube due to violating the rules regarding “dangerous persons” and hate speech. In 2017, Tate was removed from Twitter. He was allowed to return in November 2022.