Andrew Tate has long been stuck in a controversy that has cost him his freedom. Ever since his initial arrest and subsequent detention, things have not gone well for the Top G. To make matters worse, Tate’s house arrest has been extended once again.
Previously, Tate was released from detention and placed under house arrest. According to many, Andrew required critical medical attention and was reportedly suffering from lung cancer. However, whilst these claims were dismissed later, Tate has been confined to his mansion ever since. Recently, he once again faced an illness that he claimed was a case of poisoning.
Again. 30 more days. https://t.co/QtMnhbvz3z
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) May 2, 2023
Unfortunately for Tate, things are seemingly going from bad to worse. Taking to Twitter, Tate provided an update on his house arrest situation. “Again. 30 more days,” he wrote on Twitter, quote tweeting his tweet from when his house arrest was extended for the first time. As such, with the latest extension, Andrew could be locked up at home until late June.
Although it has hardly stopped Tate from being active and sharing his thoughts on various issues, it is definitely a setback for the social media influencer. Previously, Tate also poked fun at DIICOT for taking away all of his vehicles. Thus, it is getting increasingly difficult for Tate to stay behind closed doors. Whilst he promised to do a live stream with his ‘Emergency Meeting’, there have been no further updates on it since.
The Andrew Tate prison saga continues
On December 29, 2022, Andrew Tate was arrested in Romania along with his brother and two female accomplices. According to reports from various media outlets, the brothers were charged with human trafficking, r*pe, and forming an organized crime group, among others. Throughout their trials, the brothers denied all of the accusations against them and were confident that there was no evidence against them.
They repeatedly that the evidence against them was fabricated. According to sources, many of the alleged ‘victims’ of the brothers revealed that the prosecution lied about them being victims. Thus, with inconclusive proof and a lack of further evidence, the brothers were eventually let go. Having spent 92 days in prison, Andrew and Tristan walked out of prison on March 31, 2023.
I prepare my body to absorb the brutal kinetics of piercing lead
As all other silencing attempts fail, and stage 3 approaches – I anticipate a bullet will be the chosen utensil of pacification
I can only pray and prepare
I will force myself to breathe the best I can
I promise https://t.co/0tFh0GZIO1 pic.twitter.com/DQJIeHJytv
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) April 3, 2023
Despite returning to his mansion in Romania, Top G believes that his life is in danger. Andrew believes that “The Matrix” and its agents will come to silence him once and for all. Thus, he has repeatedly been saying, “If they kill me I love you all”.
Having survived cancellation and imprisonment, Andrew believes that the ‘bullet’ will be next for him. Although many have pointed out his paranoia, Tate is certain that an attempt to silence him will be made.
For the most part, the 4-time kickboxing champion remains in the safety of his home for now. With nearly 60 days under house arrest, it is difficult to imagine that any harm will come to Tate. Whilst his sentence has been increased, the brothers will likely protest against the decision and try to win their freedom as soon as possible.