Andrew Tate released from prison in Romania
Andrew Tate claims “justice will be served”
Four-time world kickboxing champion, Andrew Tate, and his younger brother, Tristan, have been released from prison in Romania after three months behind bars, where they had been held on suspicion of human trafficking and forming an organised crime group. The brothers were successful in appealing last week’s decision to extend their incarceration by a further 30 days, but will remain under house arrest, along with two Romanian women. The group deny all allegations against them.
Tate believes in the truth
Speaking to reporters following his release, Andrew Tate declared his respect for the judges and his belief that truth will prevail. He has “no resentment in (his) heart for the country of Romania” but “believes in (his) god” and that “justice will be served in the end.” He plans to continue his exercise regime of pushups and Quran reading, stating that he has “no doubt” he will be found innocent.
History of controversy
Andrew Tate, who is also an online influencer with 5.5 million Twitter followers and has appeared in TV reality shows, has previously been banned from Twitter for expressing misogynistic opinions. Known for his controversial views on women, masculinity and politics, the 36-year-old American-English siblings have become increasingly vocal on social media in 2022.