Ever since his arrest, Andrew Tate has claimed that the Matrix is framing him. Previously, on his way out of the DIICOT headquarters, Tate revealed that the police had no evidence against him or his brother, Tristan. Moreover, amidst things moving in a negative direction, Tate has sent out another cryptic message.
Despite Tate’s arrest, we have seen regular activity from his Twitter account. As such, many have often wondered about who is operating Tate’s account while he is behind bars. According to some, it is one of his cousins whilst others insist that it is actually Andrew’s manager operating the account.
I would never kill myself
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 5, 2023
For the most part, the account has helped to keep The Top G‘s fans updated about all the happenings inside the prison. As such, the account has continued to put out Tate-related content every single day. Most recently, the account tweeted a cryptic message supposedly from Tate stating, “I would never kill myself”.
The message has undoubtedly caused a bit of panic and worry among Tate’s faithful. According to many, Tate’s latest message implies that his life could be in danger very soon. On numerous occasions, Tate has stated that he would never commit suicide, thus, all parties should assume foul play at hand in case of his untimely demise.
Previously, Tate also put out a message tweeting that he will be updating his will to donate 100 million to protect men from false accusations. Notably, there is a recurring theme in Tate’s latest messages. For the most part, it appears as though Tate is slowly losing hope that he will see the light of day and very likely meet his end inside prison.
How long will Andrew Tate stay in prison?
Since his arrest in Romania on December 29 last year, Tate, along with his brother and two accomplices has been placed in a detention center. Despite their appeals, the judge presiding over the case decided to deny bail. Since the end of their initial detention period, we have seen it get increased to a further 30 days.
According to one of Andrew’s lawyers, Eugen Videac, the detention period was increased without any valid reason and would be protested against this week. As such, we are set to see a very busy week full of proceedings revolving around the case. Additionally, the Tates recently hired Tina Glandian, who has represented high-profile celebrities including, “Iron” Mike Tyson.
With the Tates revealing that there is no real evidence against them, it should be an interesting week ahead. Further, we also received reports of Tate’s inhabitable living conditions and poor health in prison. Thus, it would be best to have the matter solved and Tate out of prison.
As such, the authorities should either bring in admissible evidence or let Tate walk free. As previously mentioned, if found guilty, Tate could see 15-20 years in prison. With ‘victims’ also coming out in favor of Tate, it is hard to see him found guilty of any charges at the moment.
What do you think is next in the Andrew Tate prison saga? Do you believe that the brothers will be freed? When do you think Tate will finally leave prison? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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