Andrew Tate Arrested: Police reportedly seized Andrew Tate’s Bugatti and other cars – After the arrest in Romania, Andrew Tate is hit with another misfortune. Romanian police reportedly seized Andrew Tate’s infamous Bugatti and other assets just days after the controversial influencer was detained on human trafficking charges.
In December 2022, Tate addressed the environmentalist Greta Thunberg in a tweet extolling his carbon-emitting automobiles and asked for her email address to give her more information. Thunberg replied with the fake email address “[email protected]”. The exchange received substantial attention on Twitter, with Thunberg’s retort quickly becoming one of the most-liked tweets ever. Later, the video of Tate eating Pizza and speaking nonsense about Thunberg went viral, ultimately leading to huge chaos.
Andrew Tate Arrested: Police reportedly seized Andrew Tate’s Bugatti and other cars
In connection with the abduction of two girls, the Directorate for Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) raided the brothers’ homes and detained them on suspicion of human trafficking. Romanian police allege that the group coerced victims into creating paid pornography for social media. Now, according to the Romanian news report, Andrew Tate’s infamous Bugatti and the rest of his car collection were seized along with his brother’s assets.
“The DIICOT prosecutors also seized the impressive car collection of the two famous millionaires, worth over 5 million euros. They also seized several buildings, including the building where the two brothers lived, and allegedly seized six young women,” the report reads.
The collection seized included Andrew’s infamous Bugatti Chiron, valued at approximately 3,000,000 euros, as well as a Rolls Royce, two Ferraris, and a Porsche. Besides the cars, the report also indicates that the brothers’ Bucharest villa valued at approximately seven million euros was seized as well. Andrew and Tristan are still in Romanian police custody, as they’re set to be detained for at least 30 days.