Andrew Tate, a famous social media influencer known for his controversial views, is finally a free man again!
Almost eight months ago, the Tate brothers were charged with allegations of rape, human trafficking, and sexually exploiting women. Even though he’s now free from house arrest, Andrew and his brother must remain in Romania until their trial. When this will be is still anybody’s guess.
After winning their appeal, Andrew Tate’s spokesperson, Mateea Petrescu, shared the new terms upon their release. According to the decision made by The Bucharest Court of Appeal, the Tates can’t be in contact or close proximity with the other people involved in the case, the witnesses, or the alleged victims and their families.
Petrescu released a statement saying that this favorable outcome has made them hopeful of further positive developments in the future.
However, if the Tate brothers want to leave the country, they will need formal approval from the court in Romania. Additionally, they are not allowed to carry, use, or possess any weapons and must regularly communicate updates or plans to the authorities during this period.
Instead of house arrest, they are now under judicial control until October 2nd, 2023. They could return to house arrest or preventive custody if they break any rules.
Since being released from jail, Andrew Tate has been accused of spreading conspiracy theories online. He claims that all the allegations against him are false and baseless.
The influencer constantly updates his almost 7.5 million X followers (formerly Twitter) and claims the prosecutors have no evidence against him.
Stating that it is all a political conspiracy designed by “the matrix” to silence him.
Tate was formerly banned from social media platforms, including Meta, for making sexist comments and promoting hate speech.
One of his comments that sparked the most public outrage was that women should take responsibility for being sexually assaulted.
DIICOT, Romania’s crime agency, claims that Andrew, his brother Tristan, and two Romanian women were part of a criminal group in 2021. The group is specifically accused of human trafficking, among many other crimes, in Romania, the U.S., and Britain.
The DIICOT suggests that seven women were tricked with false promises of love and brought to Romania, where they were allegedly sexually exploited and faced physical violence. The victims were reportedly kept under constant surveillance and were controlled by intimidation. Andrew Tate is also accused of raping a woman in March 2022, while his brother is accused of provoking violence.
The American-British social media influencer has seen his fame rise dramatically since last year, primarily due to his 12 billion views on TikTok. His views about male dominance and female submission have been the subject of several scandals, and people from the education sector have warned about his influence on young minds.
Tate stands firm in his belief that the charges against him are baseless. Now that he is free from house arrest, he is confident that he and his co-defendants will be cleared from what he reiterates are false accusations.
There are hundreds of high-profile cases of men suffering from false accusations.
There are thousands of untold stories of normal men having their lives destroyed.
I am launching a charity to protect men from this predatory evil.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) August 4, 2023
Despite these controversies, he has an unwavering fan base that supports him. Still, there are also a vast amount of people who despise his views and feel no sympathy towards him based on the content he has created. People worldwide are following the case closely and waiting to see what will happen next in Tate’s eventful life.