Andrew Tate: Alleged victims made shocking claims on live TV as they come out as ‘family’ to Tate brothers. Here’s more
Andrew Tate, a misogynist influencer who allegedly said he went to Romania from the UK because “rape laws are more liberal there,”…
Andrew Tate, a misogynist influencer who allegedly said he went to Romania from the UK because “rape laws are more liberal there,” was detained on December 29 by Romanian authorities on suspicion of rape and human trafficking. Two of the six women, the Tate brothers’ purported victims, recently came out on a television news program and denied the claims. Additionally, they asserted that the Tate brothers are like family. Follow Combat Sports News Updates with InsideSport.IN
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Alleged victims say the Andrew Tate case is false
2 of Andrew Tate’s Alleged Victims Speak.
Confirmed by Andrew Tate’s team.
Shocking. 2 of the 6 women who are the alleged victims of the Tates, have come out on TV and said the allegations are false and the Tate’s are like family.
More evidence = This case becoming a joke https://t.co/MWvq5cdkVG
— Sulaiman Ahmed (@ShaykhSulaiman) January 9, 2023
Two of the Andrew Tate case’s purported victims recently claimed during an interview that they had never worked with or for Andrew Tate. They work for themselves as the two alleged victims create TikTok videos and make a living. They added that they had explicitly indicated this in their earlier statement to the Romanian Police in April. But to them, this appeared to be a case that had been fabricated against Andrew Tate and his brother.
They further asserted that they consider the Tate brothers as family members and that the two women met them through their familiar friends.
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Andrew Tate’s lawyers about allegations on Top G
There is “no proof,” according to Andrew Tate’s attorney, to support allegations that he or his brother were involved in rape, human trafficking, or organized crime. Along with his brother Tristan Tate, the controversial influencer, 36, who was once a professional kickboxer, was detained in Romania last month as part of an investigation by the country’s organized crime department.
The Tate brothers’ attorney, Eugen Vidineac, told the Romanian news source Gandul that the defense was not allowed to analyze the prosecution’s case file and that there was no proof of human trafficking. “Let me be clear: even as of right now, the criminal investigation file has not been made available to us to ensure the successful defense of our clients. In this regard, I want to underline that there isn’t a single piece of evidence, aside from the victim’s narrative, that shows that a crime of rape was committed—at least not from this perspective.”
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