Andrew Tate is Detained in Romania Due to Allegations of Sexual Offenses in the United Kingdom

Police in Romania have detained controversial influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan on suspicion of committing sex offenses in the UK, they claimed on Tuesday.

“Two European arrest warrants issued by the UK judicial authorities for the committing of sexual offenses, of exploitation of persons on the territory of the UK” were implemented, according to a statement released by Romanian officials.

Police reported that a court in Bucharest had mandated their 24-hour detention.

Tate, a self-described misogynist with a sizable online following, and his brother are both awaiting trial in Romania on separate counts of rape, human trafficking, and organizing a criminal organization to exploit women sexually.

The two were “under arrest,” according to a statement from Tate’s representative on Tuesday. The warrants were “issued by (the) Westminster Magistrates Court.”
Tate was served with legal documents by British law firm McCue Jury and Partners in June 2023, following allegations of sexual assault against him. The lawyers for the four women threatened Tate with a lawsuit in English courts.

The ladies, who are currently in their late 20s and early 30s, claim that Tate was headquartered in the UK from 2013 to 2016, during which time the offenses occurred.

Allegations “including violent rapes, serious physical assault, and controlling and coercive behavior,” according to a statement from the UK law company that is defending them.

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