Andrew Tate charged with rape and human trafficking

Andrew and Tristan Tate have been charged with human trafficking, rape and forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women
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Andrew Tate and his brother are facing serious charges related to human trafficking, rape, and organizing a criminal enterprise with the intention of sexually exploiting women.

The Tate brothers, who are currently under house arrest, have been officially accused by Romanian prosecutors, alongside two Romanian female individuals, pending a thorough investigation into their alleged involvement in the mistreatment of seven women.

It is worth noting that the accused individuals have strongly refuted these allegations thus far.

The four individuals were initially held in police custody from December 29 until March 31, after which a Bucharest court decided to place them under house arrest.

In addition to the aforementioned charges of human trafficking and forming a criminal gang, Andrew Tate has been individually charged with the act of rape against one of the victims. Tristan Tate, on the other hand, faces charges of inciting violence among others.

It should be noted that the trial will not commence immediately. According to Romanian law, the case will be referred to the court’s preliminary chamber, where a judge will have a 60-day period to carefully review the case files in order to ensure legality.

According to the prosecutors, the Tate brothers allegedly recruited the seven female victims through deceitful means, seducing them and falsely representing their intentions as seeking a genuine relationship or marriage.

A spokesperson for Andrew and Tristan Tate said: “While this news is undoubtedly predictable, we embrace the opportunity it presents to demonstrate their innocence and vindicate their reputation.”

The Tate brothers, renowned kickboxers with dual US and British citizenship and a substantial following on various online platforms, have emerged as the most prominent figures to face trial in Romania for charges of human trafficking.

It is worth mentioning that Andrew Tate, in addition to his involvement in kickboxing, gained public recognition as a participant on the UK reality show Big Brother. During his time on the show, he attracted considerable controversy due to his misogynistic remarks and the use of hate speech.

Following his controversial remarks, Andrew Tate faced repercussions and was subsequently banned from major social media platforms. However, his Twitter account resurfaced in November after Elon Musk’s acquisition of the platform, leading to a substantial growth in his audience, which now exceeds 4.5 million followers.

Advocates have expressed concerns that this influencer serves as a “legitimizing force” for misogynistic ideologies, as highlighted to The Independent.

Furthermore, according to data from YouGov, which was accessed, it was found that 26 percent of men in the UK between the ages of 18 and 29, who were aware of the influencer’s misogynistic views, agreed with his opinions concerning women. This data underscores the impact and reach of his ideas among a specific demographic.


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