In a bizarre tweet, Andrew Tate blames the “madness of the ruling elite” for his arrest
Blaming the “madness of the ruling elite” for his arrest, Andrew Tate says the “Matrix will not win” before telling fans in a bizarre tweet, “The answer is out there looking for you.”
- Andrew Tate blames the “madness of the ruling elite” for his arrest in Romania.
- Tate and his brother were arrested in Bucharest at their luxury compound
- Her arrest is part of an investigation into human trafficking and rape allegations
- For the past 24 hours, the former kickboxer has been reaching out to fans on Twitter
Andrew Tate has attributed his arrest in Romania to the “madness of the ruling elite” as he continues to fight for bail.
The social media influencer made the claim online before writing a bizarre tweet to his fans, saying: “The answer is out there looking for you”.
Tate was arrested alongside his brother Tristan at their luxury Bucharest estate earlier this week as part of the ongoing probe into rape and human trafficking allegations.
In the last 24 hours, following his arrest, the former kickboxer posted a series of strange statements on Twitter, claiming “the Matrix will not win”.
Andrew Tate has attributed his arrest in Romania to the “madness of the ruling elite” as he continues to fight for bail. Pictured: Andrew Tate is arrested in Romania
This afternoon, Tate continued a stream of cryptic tweets by telling his followers: “The answer is out there. it’s looking for you And it will find you if you want it.”
He wrote: “It seems that the madness of the ruling elite is now being exposed worldwide. They have an order, don’t speak, behave like sheep,” before adding, “God is on our side, so the Matrix won’t win. Inshallah.
This afternoon he continued his stream of cryptic tweets by telling his followers: “The answer is out there. it’s looking for you And it will find you if you want it.”
The 36-year-old, who is accused of extreme misogynist views, faces a 30-day prison sentence after his arrest on December 30.
Pictured is the Bucharest internment camp in Romania, which houses Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan
A wood-paneled room with leather armchairs and desk chairs appears to be the room in which he recorded his much-mocked response to Greta Thunberg
Tate has posted a series of bizarre tweets on Twitter over the past 24 hours, including one blaming the “madness of the ruling elite” for his arrest
It came a day after he had a high-profile Twitter spat with young climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Police are investigating allegations that Tate and his brother, along with two Romanian women, allegedly kept six women under “house arrest” “around the clock like prisoners”.
Prosecutors say the brothers allegedly recruited the women on social media platforms and persuaded them to travel to his £600,000 secret Bucharest hideout by falsely confessing love to them.
Romanian authorities and the Directorate of Investigation into Organized Crime and Terrorism said the alleged victims were forced to show pornography through “physical violence and psychological coercion”.
The suspects are accused of posting the pornographic material online to sites such as adult-only content platform OnlyFans or video-sharing app TikTok, from which they then received “significant financial benefits”.
Investigators also allege that one of the suspects raped a victim on two separate occasions in March 2022.
“We have information based on what they said on social media that one of the girls was making up to €50,000 a month,” a source close to the investigation told the Mail.
“They didn’t get any money from what they earned.”
The victims were allegedly taken to buildings in Ilfov district on the outskirts of Bucharest, where they were “sexually exploited” and forced to make the videos, a police statement said.
Police are investigating that Tate (pictured) and his brother, along with two Romanian women, allegedly held six women under “house arrest” around the clock like prisoners.
It was alleged that the gang used the “loverboy” method to recruit the women, pretending to “marry/cohabiting” and expressing “genuine feelings of love.”
Tate’s initial sentence has been extended from 24 hours to 30 days, but his attorney, Eugen Constantin Vidineac, will appeal the judge’s decision.
He said: “In our view there is no reason … for this most drastic preventive measure.”
The brothers are both dual citizens of the US and UK, born to an American father and British mother.
You grew up in both countries.
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