Andrew Tate’s announces $100M donation from Prison Shocks everyone, writes new will – Check Details
Andrew Tate $100 million donation: Combat News: Andrew Tate will stay under the Romanian police’s custody at least till February 27. However,…
Andrew Tate $100 million donation: Combat News: Andrew Tate will stay under the Romanian police’s custody at least till February 27. However, he has been active on social media and has recently written his will to announce a $100 million donation. Follow Combat News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
A self-acclaimed billionaire and a reported multi-millionaire, Andrew Tate, is currently pressed under the charges of alleged human trafficking, rape, and initiating organized crime. While he has tagged all these accusations to be ‘false’, Tate’s new will is set to focus on standing with men against false accusations.
Reflecting on his views, Andrew Tate wrote on Twitter, “I updated my will from prison. I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.”
I updated my will from prison.— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 5, 2023
I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.
The social media post sent several people into a frenzy. Here’s how people reacted to Andrew Tate announcing the donation of $100 million.
100 Million what ? Romanian Leu?— N◎MAN (@nomansys) February 5, 2023
Stay a while longer in jail then please. Donate all you have— Asma Ali Zain (@asmaalizain) February 5, 2023
Thank you God.— Andrew lambo (@lambezzy35) February 5, 2023
In Romanian law- you can imprison a suspect until proven guilty? This is weird and why I need to study law.— Hend F Q (@LadyVelvet_HFQ) February 5, 2023
Tate’s inbox 3 mins later pic.twitter.com/AefY6hDorH— Alex Svanevik 🐧 (@ASvanevik) February 5, 2023
Good PR move— Jay D. Cartere (@JayCartere) February 5, 2023
You don’t have $100M bud— Andrew Kimmel (@andrewkimmel) February 5, 2023
Bahahaha this clown doesn’t have ten million. Last number i heard was authorities projected $4.5M. You can’t expect a guy like this to be honest.— Blake Freeman (@Blakefreeman) February 5, 2023
Can I have $37.50 pls— elijahmilly (@ElijahMillly) February 5, 2023
There is a current WAR on masculinity, protect yourself and escape the Slave System— The Real World (@therealworld_ai) February 5, 2023
Andrew Tate has hired Tina Gladnian as his new lawyer, who cited Tate’s detention as a ‘violation of International human rights’. That said, Tate’s second plea against the detention has been rejected by the Romanian court. With February 27 as his extended date of detention, Tate can face another four months of detention.
According to the reports of Mirror.Co.UK, Tate can stay detained till June 2023. However, Tate’s legal team doesn’t seem to lose hope as they continue to fight for the controversial kickboxer turned entrepreneur. Tate’s new lawyer Glandian has previously represented several A-listed celebrities like Mike Tyson, Chris Brown, Ke$ha amongst others on the court. Now that Andrew Tate has joined her long list of professional clients, it remains to be seen whether she can get bail for the controversial kickboxer turned entrepreneur.
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