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Andrew Tate loses appeal against detention in Romania

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Controversial ex-kickboxer turned social media influencer Andrew Tate and brother Tristan lose their appeal and remain in detention in Romania. trafficking and rape allegations, CNN affiliate Antenna 3 reported on Wednesday.

The brothers will be detained by the Bucharest Police until February 27, according to Antena 3. The court’s decision is final.

On December 30, Romanian police raided five houses and arrested the brothers and two other suspects.

They allege that the suspects formed an organized crime group that spread from Romania to the United Kingdom and the United States for the purposes of human trafficking.

Authorities said two of the suspects “made the victims believe they intended to enter into a marriage/cohabitation relationship,” transported the victims to Romania, and then sexually exploited them through physical violence and coercion. claim.

Authorities also allege that one of the suspects raped the victim twice in March 2022. ).

On January 25, the brothers pleaded not guilty after being questioned and having their electronics confiscated for analysis.

“There is no evidence on file because I have done nothing wrong. Everyone knows I am innocent,” said Andrew Tate. When escorted to DIICOT headquarters, he added: “There is no justice in Romania.”

Ioan Gliga, one of the Tate brothers’ lawyers, told reporters at the time:

Romanian police searched 12 properties as part of the investigation, DIICOT said in mid-January. Romanian authorities About 18 million lei were also seized ($3,942,700) worth of assets belonging to Andrew Tate, including automobiles, luxury watches and amounts denominated in several different currencies, according to the National Asset Recovery Administration.

Andrew Tate is known for his viral online rants about male domination, female submission, and wealth. He has openly advocated violence against women and was banned from all major social media his platforms until he reinstated his Twitter account after Elon Musk took over the company.

He came to prominence earlier this year, with many adults, including schoolteachers, warning that his misogynistic ideas have taken root in the minds of countless boys. Before being deleted, his TikTok account had amassed around 11.6 billion views.

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