Andrew Tate is finally free from detention. Much to the pleasure and joy of Tate stans around the world, their beloved Top G is finally back home. Whilst the case still continues, the Tate brothers are at least in the comfort of their mansion in Romania.
On March 31, the Tate brothers were granted release from detention by the ruling of the judge presiding over their case. As such, the brothers will join their female associates Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu in house arrest. For the most part, their freedom is seen as a big victory, considering Tate was allegedly meant to be held for a further 90 days.
Speaking on his release after coming back home, Andrew was understandably a bit emotional. “It’s a little bit emotional, I’ve been in one room since last year so a little bit emotional.” Despite his ‘unjust imprisonment’, Tate adds, “I wanna give respect firstly to the judges who heard us today because they were very attentive and they listened to us and they set us free, so I’ve to give absolute respect to them.”
Further, Tate states that he does not hold any resentment towards the country of Romania. Previously, Andrew and Tristan were both heard saying that there is no justice in Romania. However, their release has likely helped ease their mind. Notably, Andrew also states that he fully believes in God and that ‘the fire of truth’ will eventually destroy all lies against them.
Andrew Tate will remain under house arrest for now
As mentioned previously, Andrew and his brother will remain under house arrest following their release. Whilst the investigations continue, the judge has likely granted their freedom due to lack of conclusive evidence against them. Thus, it would appear that their lawyers Eugen Videac and Tina Glandian have been successful in their efforts.
For the most part, the saga seems far from over. With the brothers out of prison, it could be over sooner than we anticipated. Previously, the Tate brothers were denied bail on numerous occasions and had to put up in dire conditions inside their prison cell. Moreover, these conditions led to the worsening of their health, amid concerns of poisoning by their prison guards.
Since last year ive been in 24 hour lockdown. No yard time.
Pacing a 3metre cell with zero electronics or outside contact. Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans.
One hour home and I cant stand my phone.
Some habits die hard.
We must defeat Shaytan. pic.twitter.com/Q6TBK5KTqU
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) April 1, 2023
Throughout his imprisonment, Tate has managed to somehow stay connected to the masses. As such, now that he is back home fans will hear everything directly from the horse’s mouth. Although the house arrest restricts him within his mansion, Tate will no doubt be making his presence felt in the online world. Just moments after arriving back home, Tate also put out the alert for one of his renowned ‘Emergency Meetings.’
Understandably, the Top G will have a lot to share and speak about. Arrested on December 29th, Tate has been behind bars for 92 days and will be taking a breather before getting back to normal. Now relieved after his release, Tate fans no doubt await what their idol has to say with much anticipation.