Andrew Tate Released: Romanian Court puts Tate Brothers under house arrest – After three months in detention, controversial influencer Andrew Tate and his brother were freed from a Romanian jail and placed under house arrest. This happened after successive appeals in the court, with the last one finally releasing them.
Andrew Tate Released: Romanian Court puts Tate Brothers under house arrest
According to an official, Tate’s appeal, which contested a judge’s decision to prolong his detention for a fourth time for 30 days last week, was successful at the Bucharest Court of Appeal.
Tate brothers, who has garnered notoriety for espousing misogynistic views over the years, was detained since December 2022, when Romanian officials searched his home and detained him on charges of human trafficking, and organising gang crimes against women.
The verdict as it concerns Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate is as follows…
They will NOT be serving another 30 days in prison and will be released on house arrest.
Spread the good news. ❤️🙏 pic.twitter.com/63Ob449zhO
— Andrew Tate Updates (@Morpheusresist) March 31, 2023
Tate, a professional kickboxer who has lived in Romania since 2017, had previously been blocked from using a number of social media sites due to the expression of hate speech and sexist beliefs. He has asserted time and time again that Romanian prosecutors lack proof and that their case is a “political” plot to silence him.
A Bucharest appeals court’s order stated that it had rejected “the proposal to extend the duration of the preventive arrest measure” and had instead “ordered the measure of preventive detention against the defendants.. with the preventive measure of house arrest.”
“We are ecstatic to announce the Romanian judicial system approved Andrew and Tristan Tate’s appeal against last week’s extension decision,” said a spokesperson for the brothers.
This spokesperson also expressed gratitude to Tate’s supporters and reaffirmed his assertion that the accusations against him were untrue. In a brief interview with reporters outside of the prison, Mateea Petrescu, head of Tate’s communications, said that the judges had come to the conclusion that the brothers did not pose a flight risk or a threat to public safety. She also talked about how the brothers stayed upbeat despite being imprisoned and thought Romanian authorities treated them fairly.
Along with two other women who were also detained in association with the investigation, Tate and his brother will now be under house arrest until April 29. Until they receive approval from the courts to be able to leave, they must remain in the buildings where they reside.
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