At this time, much of the world is familiar with the allegations of rape and human trafficking in continued form that Andrew Tate faces in Romania. Tate and others known to him spent months in lockup before Romania agreed to move them to house arrest.
The allegation of human trafficking in continued form stands as an upgraded version of the initial human trafficking allegation that Tate faced.
However, his legal problems are not mutually exclusive to Romania, by any means. Breaking news just revealed that four women in the United Kingdom formally served Tate legal papers via their counsel.
Legal action to come in England
The four UK women maintain that Tate subjected them to rape and other forms of physical and sexual violence. He stands accused of strangling one woman to the point of unconsciousness and then continuing to have sex with her.
Another woman alleges to have a message in which Tate told her he “loved” raping her.
“This is a major step in the UK survivors of Tate’s alleged crimes campaign for justice, by taking their fight straight to Tate’s door. The legal papers delivered to Tate today lay bare the gravity and the full weight of the accusations against him." – @MattJury_Law https://t.co/T6MsvhwMs8
— McCue Jury & Partners LLP (@mccuejury) June 14, 2023
Representing these women is McCue Jury & Partners. On Wednesday, the legal firm shared images of a representative serving the aforementioned papers to Tate at his home in Romania.