Romanian Police Seize Luxury Cars From Andrew Tate’s Property: As part of a criminal investigation into Andrew Tate’s alleged involvement in human trafficking, Romanian authorities began seizing high-end vehicles from a house nearby the capital.
Authorities in Romania began seizing high-end vehicles from a residence near the capital on Saturday as part of a criminal investigation into alleged people trafficking that resulted in the detention of contentious online personality Andrew Tate.
On December 29, Romanian anti-organized crime prosecutors seized Tate, his brother Tristan, and two female suspects on suspicion of creating a gang to molest six women. They’ve refused any misconduct.
A Reuters reporter witnessed six vehicles, including a Rolls-Royce, a BMW, and a Mercedes-Benz, being removed from the Tate estate outside of Bucharest’s capital city for storage.
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To stop the suspects’ assets from being sold or hidden, prosecutors earlier this week told Reuters that they had seized 15 high-end cars, as well as more than ten homes and properties, in Bucharest, the counties of Prahova, and Brasov.
Tate’s attorney was unavailable for comment right away. Earlier this week, the four suspects appealed their 30-day arrest order, but the Bucharest court of appeals dismissed their petition and ruled that they should stay in police custody. Tate, a former contestant on the British television series Big Brother, became well-known for his hateful and misogynistic outbursts.
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All of the major social media platforms banned him for his comments, but his Twitter account started working again in November after Elon Musk bought the service. Tate, a dual citizen of the US and the UK, has stated that women are partially to blame for being raped and that they belong to men.