Andrew Tate imprisonment extended till February 27: Andrew Tate’s appeal against detention dismissed by Romanian court
Andrew Tate detention: Combat News: Andrew Tate will continue to remain under detention as a Romanian court rejected his appeal on Wednesday…
Andrew Tate detention: Combat News: Andrew Tate will continue to remain under detention as a Romanian court rejected his appeal on Wednesday this week. Along with Andrew Tate, his brother Tristan Tate and two Romanian female suspects are under the legal eye-watch. Follow Combat News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Four of them were arrested in December 2022 for alleged human trafficking, rape, and the creation of an organized crime group. All of it happened after Andrew Tate and climate activist Greta Thunberg shared a heated verbal exchange on social media.
Andrew Tate has been vocal about his opinion even after the legal tussles with the Romanian court. He has constantly tagged himself as innocent. Meanwhile, the Tate brothers have hired a new lawyer Tina Glandian, who has previously represented Chris Brown, Ke$ha, and boxing legend Mike Tyson on court. Glandian stated that Andrew Tate’s extended detention of more than 30 days violates the law of international human rights. However, Tate doesn’t seem to be getting free of all the accusations and charges anytime soon.
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