Andrew Tate moved from detention to house arrest in Romania
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British-US former professional kickboxer and controversial influencer Andrew Tate walks out of the central arrest centre of Bucharest police after three months of pre-trial detention, in Bucharest, on late March 31, 2023. — AFP photo
BUCHAREST, Romania (April 1): Controversial influencer Andrew Tate and his brother were released on Friday after three months detention in Romania and moved to house arrest while they are investigated for alleged human trafficking and rape.
Tate, a British-American former kickboxer with millions of online followers, along with his younger brother and two Romanian women, are under investigation for allegedly “forming an organised criminal group, human trafficking and rape”.
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