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Andrew Tate’s Appeal to Ease Judicial Restrictions Rejected as Human Trafficking Case Continues

Romanian court has rejected popular X influencer Andrew Tate’s appeal to ease judicial control measures imposed during the ongoing legal case in which he is charged with human trafficking, rape, and forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women. The Bucharest Court of Appeal upheld a previous ruling that extended geographical restrictions, preventing Tate, 37, from leaving the country for an additional 60 days.

Tate, along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian women, was first arrested near Bucharest over a year ago. Romanian prosecutors formally indicted all four in June of the same year, and they have consistently denied the allegations. The case is still in the preliminary chamber stages, where the defendants can challenge the evidence and case file presented by prosecutors, and no trial dates have been set.

With 8.7 million followers on the social media platform X, Andrew Tate has claimed that prosecutors lack evidence against him and suggested a political conspiracy to silence him. Known for expressing misogynistic views and engaging in hate speech, he was previously banned from various social media platforms.

While the Tate brothers were initially held in police detention for three months, they were later moved to house arrest and restricted to the areas of Bucharest Municipality and nearby Ilfov County. Despite winning an appeal earlier in January challenging the seizure of his assets by Romanian authorities, the timeline for the next court hearing on asset seizures remains unclear.


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