Andrew Tate applauds court ruling amidst human trafficking charges – Controversial influencer Andrew Tate, alongside his brother Tristian, experienced a significant legal victory as a Bucharest judge ruled in favor of granting them more freedom in Romania. The Tate brothers face criminal trial for alleged human trafficking, sexual assault, and exploitation charges following a raid on their home in Romania last year.
Previously under house arrest with restrictions on travel outside Bucharest and Ilfov County, the recent court decision allows Andrew and Tristian Tate to move freely within Romania without requiring permission. Expressing his appreciation for the judge’s ruling, Andrew Tate stated, “Every time I see the judge who has read the case file, I am given more of my life back.” He underscored that the charges against him, related to activities such as YouTube videos and TikTok advice, are not criminal.
Andrew Tate applauds court ruling amidst human trafficking charges
The Tate brothers are accused of enslaving women, taking earnings from their OnlyFans accounts, and managing their social media profiles. Despite these serious allegations, Andrew Tate expressed confidence that the charges, which he labeled as “garbage,” will be dismissed.
Today’s court ruling gives me even more freedom.
Everytime I see the judge who has read the case file I am given more of my life back.
She understands old stupid YouTube videos are not a crime. I said I was an astronaut – I havnt been to the moon.
Girls asking you how to…
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) November 23, 2023
While Andrew Tate will still be required to check in with authorities, a spokesperson for Tate conveyed that the ruling marks a significant “step forward” in the ongoing legal proceedings. They emphasized the commitment of the Tate brothers and their legal team to clear their names.
If found guilty of human trafficking, Andrew Tate could face a maximum of ten years in prison. However, the potential consequences escalate under Romanian law, with the possibility of up to 18 years behind bars if convicted of rape. The legal developments in this case will continue to be closely watched as it unfolds, navigating the complexities of the charges and the legal system.