Andrew Tate will spend Another 30 Days behind bars

Andrew Tate behind bars

Andrew Tate will spend Another 30 Days behind bars. Former British-American kickboxer Andrew Tate, his younger brother, Tristan Tate, and two Romanian women are being investigated for allegedly forming an organized criminal group, human trafficking, and r*pe.

labeled as Misogynistic by the cancel culture, The Tate brothers were arrested in December and have denied any wrongdoing. Their detention has been extended for another 30 days, while the Romanian women will be released from custody and kept under house arrest. 

In addition, the Tate brothers threatened legal action against at least one lady who had accused them of rape and human trafficking. They threatened to sue the woman and her parents for $300 million in a “cease-and-desist” letter written by a US lawyer on their behalf.

Andrew Tate, famously known as The Top G on the Internet, has referred to married women as “property” and has been banned from Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube for violating “dangerous individuals” rules and breaking hate speech policies.

The Tate brothers allegedly seduced their victims and falsely promised relationships or marriage before forcing them to produce porn for social media sites using physical violence and psychological intimidation.

Tate’s Twitter account, which has 4.9 million followers, was restored in November 2020, and a recent poll found that more young men in the UK have seen material from Tate than have heard of Rishi Sunak, Prime Minister of the UK.

How Andrew Tate ended up in Jail?

Andrew Tate, a UK internet personality and former kickboxing champion, has faced a series of setbacks in recent months. Following a public spat with environmental activist Greta Thunberg, Tate was arrested for his alleged involvement in human trafficking. 

Along with his brother Tristan Tate, the wealthy Britons have been detained and seeking bail. On February 1, the Tate brothers appeared in the Bucharest Court of Appeal to appeal against the decision to extend their arrest warrants but were denied bail for a further 30 days after the Bucharest Court of all four appeals rejected their appeals. 

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