Andrew Tate Arrested In Romania After UK Issues Arrest Warrant Over Alleged Sexual Aggression

By Stermy 3 Min Read

Trouble follows American-British social media personality, businessman, Andrew Tate as reports says he has been arrested in Romania.

This was after British authorities assued an arrest warrant for him.

Tate, 37, was arrested on Monday night over over allegations of sexual aggression linked to a case in the U.K. from 2012-2015.

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According to his spokesperson Mateea Petrescu Tate was taken along with his brother, Tristan Tate.

As it stands, the Bucharest Court of Appeal is expected to make a significant decision on Tuesday regarding whether to enforce the warrants issued by the U.K.’s Westminster Magistrates Court.

Reportedly, four women reported Tate to U.K. authorities for alleged sexual violence and physical abuse, but the Crown Prosecution Service opted not to pursue charges against him.

Subsequently, these alleged victims launched a crowdfunding campaign to cover their legal expenses for a civil case against him.

“We presented our evidence about the horrific violence we endured and hoped for some action. However, four years later, we were informed that the U.K. authorities would not be prosecuting him,” they wrote on their campaign page. “This is our last option to hold him accountable.”

Andrew Tate also faces charges in Romania for rape, human trafficking, and leading a criminal group to exploit women.

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He was apprehended near Bucharest in December 2022, along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian women.

Last June, Romanian prosecutors officially charged all four, but they have denied the allegations.

Andrew Tate, who boasts a staggering 8.7 million followers on X, has repeatedly claimed that Romanian prosecutors lack solid evidence against him and that there is a political agenda to silence him.

He has previously been banned from various major social media platforms for his misogynistic remarks and hate speech.

Following their arrest in Romania, the Tate brothers spent three months in police custody before being placed under house arrest. Subsequently, they were restricted to moving only within Bucharest and nearby Ilfov County.

In January, Tate successfully appealed against the seizure of his assets by Romanian authorities, which had been confiscated shortly after his arrest.

Romanian authorities had seized 15 luxury cars, 14 designer watches, and cash in various currencies totaling around 3.6 million euros ($3.9 million).

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