Andrew Tate Arrested

Anti-terrorism officials are said to have detained controversial media figure Andrew Tate, a former professional kickboxer. According to the Romanian publication Libertatea, he and his brother Tristan Tate were jailed on suspicion of organizing an organised crime gang that uses girls for adult videos.

Tristan and Andrew Tate are being questioned by the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) about allegations of rape and people trafficking. In a statement, DIICOT acknowledged the raid but did not identify the individuals. Their detention was confirmed by the boys’ attorney to Reuters.

In relation to the names of the British brothers, a criminal file has been established. A former policewoman was reportedly also searched for and questioned for her possible participation in the crime, according to Romanian news outlet Antena 3 CNN.

According to reports, Romanian prosecutors think that the Tates are enlisting and abusing women to produce pornographic videos, which they then sell and disseminate on websites like OnlyFans.

Two young women (one of whom is an American citizen) were discovered by Romanian authorities in a property near Voluntari in April. They claimed to have been held against their will by the Tates. According to Libertatea, the brothers were questioned at DIICOT for five hours before being freed.

In a tweet earlier this week, Andrew Tate boasted about his 33 automobiles and included the 19-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg as a tag. He wrote, “Yes, please do enlighten me. Please offer your email address so I can send a detailed list of my car collection and their relative massive emissions. [email protected] is my email address.

Also Read: Ole Miss loses to Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl

With almost 3 million likes, the tweet rapidly rose to the top of all-time most liked tweets.

Tate responded to Thunberg on Wednesday by eating pizza from a package marked “Jerry’s Pizza,” a chain of Romanian restaurants.

Tate gained notoriety in 2016 as a guest on the British reality series “Big Brother,” where he attracted controversy for remarks he had made on Twitter that were both homophobic and racist. After a video surfaced that appeared to show him beating a woman with a belt, he was fired from the show. The behaviors were mutually agreed upon, according to Tate and the woman.

Tate’s Twitter ban was lifted by Elon Musk a month ago.

The Tate brothers established a webcam business where they offered male callers “false sob tales.” Andrew eventually acknowledged that the operation was a “complete hoax,” but he still claimed to have gained millions of dollars from it.

 

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *