Romanian Judge Grants Explanation For Andrew Tate’s Ongoing Detention in Human Trafficking Probe

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Tate, in previous videos, admitted to dating women, sleeping with them, and getting women to fall in love with him before putting them on webcams.

Allegations from Romanian prosecutors and more

The Bucharest judge also referenced prosecutors’ allegations about how the Tate brothers treated women they’re accused of trafficking. These allegations maintain that both Tates forced women to work for 12 hours each day, with one five-minute break.

Women have accused Tate of also holding them hostage and not letting them leave. Ironically, Tate himself, in previous video recordings, declared that women in his home were not permitted to leave.

Finally, many folks now speculate that Tate boasting about how he treats women and makes money off women helped incriminate him. Time will tell if his detention is further extended past the end of February.

Anyone who wishes to report what they believe to be human trafficking can contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline via phone at 1 (888) 373-7888 or by text at 233733.