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Andrew Tate to Remain Under House Arrest as Romanian Court Addresses Human Trafficking Case

by Joshua Brown
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On Tuesday, a court in Bucharest, Romania, decided to extend Andrew Tate’s house arrest by another 30 days. Andrew Tate, a controversial social media influencer, is facing charges of rape, human trafficking, and involvement in a criminal gang that exploited women sexually.

The ruling from the Bucharest Tribunal comes a month after prosecutors formally indicted Andrew Tate, his brother Tristan, and two Romanian women in connection with the same case. All four defendants, who were apprehended near Bucharest in late December and have consistently denied the allegations against them, will continue to be placed under house arrest for another 30 days.

Addressing journalists outside the court on Monday, Tate expressed his belief in the triumph of justice. He stated, “The moral arc of the universe bends towards justice in the end. My brother and I are extremely resilient people… In the end, justice shall be served. We’re feeling like things are going to work out perfectly in the end—and until then, we’re going to follow the judicial process.”

As dual citizens of the United Kingdom and the United States, the Tate brothers are expected to appeal Tuesday’s ruling. Previously, on July 6, they had lost an appeal against an earlier extension of their house arrest.

Following three months of detention by the police in Bucharest, the Tate brothers successfully appealed on March 31 to be placed under house arrest. In June, Romania’s anti-organized crime agency, DIICOT, requested an extension of the house arrest as part of its ongoing investigation.

Andrew Tate, known for promoting conspiracy theories online and amassing a Twitter following of 7.2 million, has repeatedly claimed that the prosecutors lack evidence against him and that there is a political conspiracy aimed at silencing him.

Before Tuesday’s court decision, a tweet appeared on Andrew Tate’s Twitter account, stating, “There are Matrix agents on all sides of the political spectrum. War is funded. Trump and I are self-funded. Basically everyone else is bought and paid for.”

According to DIICOT, the four defendants formed a criminal group in 2021 with the intention of engaging in human trafficking in Romania, the United States, and Britain.

DIICOT alleges that there are seven female victims in this case who were deceived with false promises of love, transported to Romania, and subsequently subjected to sexual exploitation and physical violence by the gang. One of the defendants is accused of raping a woman twice in March 2022, as stated by the agency. The women were reportedly controlled through intimidation, constant surveillance, and threats of indebtedness.

Andrew Tate had previously been banned from various prominent social media platforms due to hate speech and misogynistic comments, including blaming women for being sexually assaulted.

In addition to the ongoing legal proceedings, several women in Britain are pursuing civil claims against Tate, seeking compensation for the alleged sexual violence they experienced.


Reporting contributed by McGrath from Sighisoara, Romania.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about human trafficking

What charges is Andrew Tate facing in Romania?

Andrew Tate is facing charges of rape, human trafficking, and forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women.

How long will Andrew Tate remain under house arrest?

The court in Romania has ruled to extend Andrew Tate’s house arrest by another 30 days.

Has Andrew Tate denied the allegations against him?

Yes, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan, along with two Romanian women, have denied the allegations made against them.

Are the Tate brothers planning to appeal the court’s ruling?

Yes, as dual U.K.-U.S. citizens, the Tate brothers are likely to appeal against the recent ruling.

How many victims are involved in the case?

According to DIICOT, there are seven female victims in the case who were lured with false promises of love and subjected to sexual exploitation and physical violence.

Has Andrew Tate faced any previous controversies?

Yes, Andrew Tate has been banned from various social media platforms for expressing hate speech and misogynistic comments, including blaming women for being sexually assaulted.

Are there ongoing civil claims against Andrew Tate?

Yes, several women in Britain are pursuing civil claims against Andrew Tate seeking damages for alleged sexual violence.

Is there any evidence to support Andrew Tate’s claims of a political conspiracy?

According to Andrew Tate, prosecutors have no evidence against him, and he believes there is a political conspiracy to silence him. However, the investigation is ongoing, and the court will evaluate the evidence presented.

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3 comments

MusicLover123 July 18, 2023 - 1:07 pm

These allegations are just sickening. No one should be subjected to such horrific exploitation and violence. I hope justice is served for the victims involved in this case.

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Bookworm91 July 18, 2023 - 3:51 pm

It’s disturbing to see someone with a significant following spreading hate speech and misogynistic views. Glad to see the legal system taking action against Andrew Tate.

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JustSayin July 19, 2023 - 6:00 am

This case highlights the dark side of social media influencers. They can amass millions of followers but use their platform for harm instead of good. It’s important to hold them accountable.

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