Tristan Tate, like his brother Andrew Tate, continues to use Twitter as a tool to update his fans. Ever since their arrest on December 29, the brothers have used proxies to run their Twitter accounts. This has allowed them to keep their fans appraised regarding any developments during incarceration.
Using the social media site, Andrew and Tristan have dropped some bombs recently. Yesterday, Top G sent out a Tweet in which he claimed to have updated his will. Tate also said that he would donate 100 million to start a charity that protects men from false accusations.
Andrew has not been permitted a single visitor in prison
— Tristan Tate (@TateTheTalisman) February 5, 2023
It was also on Twitter that Top G revealed the Romanian authorities allowed him to have up to 5 visitors in prison. However, in a shocking turn of events, Tristan Tate refuted that notion. He said in a Tweet that prison authorities did not let Andrew have any visitors till now. The tweet from “Talisman” read, “Andrew has not been permitted a single visitor in prison.”
This claim from Tristan directly contradicts Andrew’s earlier tweet. In it, Top G claimed that the prison authorities allowed him to have 5 people on his visitation list. Tate revealed that 4 of them were family members with the fifth being influencer, Adin Ross. However, it seems Andrew has been denied this right, and knowing his fans, this has the potential to cause another massive uproar among them.
Where is Tristan Tate right now?
Tristan Tate and his older brother were at their residence in Romania during their arrest, alongside two others, on December 29, 2022. They were placed in preventive custody for 24 hours, which was then extended to 30 days. The two women arrested alongside them also had their detention extended by the Romanian court.
Their initial appeal on January 10 was denied. The reason cited by the court was that given their resources, the brothers could easily abscond to a place that wouldn’t extradite them. Hence, allowing them to evade the charges and find refuge. A Romanian judge added another 30 days to their already extended detention after the brothers’ appeal was denied.
Since then, the brothers, Andrew and Tristan Tate have bided their time in a Romanian prison. Earlier, Andrew had complained about the conditions in the prison, with the presence of vermins in the cells and a lack of sanitation and hygiene being his biggest concerns. However, at the time of writing this, they continue their stay in the Romanian prison facility in what can be assumed to be sub-par living conditions.
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