On December 29th of last year, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan were detained, but neither of them have been officially charged in relation to the case.
After his release, Andrew Tate used his Twitter account to share a smiling face emoji along with a link to his website, where he announced that he would be sending an email regarding his release in the next 24 hours. In addition, the influencer posted a video of himself smoking while walking around a room. In the video’s caption, he suggested that he had found “absolute clarity of mind” during his time in prison.
Upon leaving the facility, Tristan Tate spoke to reporters, stating that he believed the judges had made the correct decision. He expressed respect for the judges and said that he would be vindicated, as he is an innocent man who is eager to prove his innocence. The brothers then made their way through a crowd of supporters, who chanted “Top-G, Top-G”, a nickname frequently used by Andrew Tate’s fans, before getting into a car with tinted windows and driving away.
Andrew Tate released 2023
Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan, along with two Romanian women named Naghel Georgiana Manuela and Radu Alexandra Luana, are currently under investigation by prosecutors in Bucharest. Georgiana Manuela has been reported in the media to be Andrew Tate’s girlfriend.
The group of four suspects, including Andrew and Tristan Tate, as well as Naghel Georgiana Manuela and Radu Alexandra Luana, have been in detention for several months on charges of human trafficking, rape, and operating a criminal gang for the sexual exploitation of women. All of the accused parties have denied the allegations.
Andrew Tate’s communications director, Mateea Petrescu, informed Sky News that the authorities have decided to release the suspects under house arrest, as they are not considered a flight risk or a danger to public safety.
Andrew Tate has been released
According to an order from an appeals court in Bucharest, the suspects, including Andrew and Tristan Tate, Naghel Georgiana Manuela, and Radu Alexandra Luana, have been released from detention and placed under house arrest for a period of 30 days. However, the investigation into the allegations of human trafficking, rape, and forming a criminal gang for the sexual exploitation of women is still ongoing.
Andrew Tate’s communications director, Mateea Petrescu, said that the suspects were overjoyed to be released and have remained optimistic throughout their detention. The court’s order for their release was based on the determination that they are not a flight risk and do not pose a danger to the public.