Andrew Tate has been the world’s most controversial entity ever since he gained widespread notoriety in 2022. His penchant for making boisterous and often problematic statements has only compounded this situation. By the end of 2022, Tate was the public enemy number one for many people. Hence, numerous people celebrated his incarceration on charges of rape, human trafficking, and suspected ties to organized crime on December 29.
Despite this, Andrew Tate kept his fans in the loop using his Twitter account. Using a proxy, Tate regularly updates his fans using the popular social media site. However, a few hours ago, the former world kickboxing champion sent out quite a bizarre tweet that confused a lot of his followers and detractors alike.
I updated my will from prison.
I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 5, 2023
Top G’s latest tweet read, “I updated my will from prison. I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.” These statements are quite bizarre, especially considering the calculated and meticulous persona that Tate has crafted for himself. However, this is right up his alley as most of Tate’s gimmick is based around helping disaffected and disenchanted men.
The brothers were recently spotted by journalists outside the DIICOT building in Romania. Andrew Tate calmly denied all allegations made against him in front of the media. Tristan, however, was hysterical and screamed about how the government was after his money. This odd and curious tweet is now the latest in a string of alarming situations for both Andrew and Tristan Tate.
When will Andrew Tate step out of prison?
Andrew Tate has had no qualms about denouncing his extended detention by Romanian authorities. Top G and his brother were arrested on December 29, 2022. Since that day, the brothers have been held at a Romanian prison facility. The brothers’ initial 24-hour detention was immediately extended to 30 days. They tried to appeal this decision on January 10th but it was denied.
Later, another 30 days were slapped onto their detention. To counter this, Andrew and Tristan hired renowned lawyer Tina Glandian. She previously represented high-profile celebrities such as Chris Brown, Kesha, and the legendary former boxing world champion, “Iron” Mike Tyson.
Speaking about this extension, she said that the brothers’ prolonged detention for over 30 days without prosecution was a violation of their international human rights. Even Andrew Tate’s manager said that more and more people have now started speaking out against the former kickboxer’s imprisonment at the end of 2022.
Despite all efforts, the brothers remain in a Romanian prison as of February 5th. And as things stand, Andrew Tate, and his brother Tristan, will remain in place until February 27, 2023. And if the prosecution deems it necessary, the brothers’ detention can be extended up to 180 days according to Romanian law.
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