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Detectives investigating human trafficking allegations against Andrew Tate have seized £3.2million in assets from his Bucharest home.
Romanian authorities said 29 assets – including luxury vehicles, watches and cash – had been taken from the divisive online personality.
On Saturday, several cars, including a Rolls-Royce, a BMW and a Mercedes-Benz, were seen being taken from Mr Tate’s compound on the outskirts of the capital, to be transported to a place of storage.
Mr Tate was arrested on suspicion of human trafficking and rape, which he denies. He was arrested at the end of last year and is still being held in Romania.
Last week, the British-American lost his bed to end his detention in Romania. Mr Tate was arrested alongside his brother Tristian.
The detainees challenged their 30-day arrest warrant, but the Bucharest Court of Appeal rejected the challenge this week and said they should remain in custody.
Authorities suspect the couple, along with two Romanian nationals, of leading “an organized criminal group”.
Romanian authorities seize £3.2m of assets in Andrew Tate case
Romanian authorities say they have seized goods and cash worth 18m lei (£3.2m) as part of a criminal investigation into alleged human trafficking which has led to the arrest of controversial internet personality Andrew Tate.
Last week, the National Agency for the Management of Seized Assets took charge of 29 movable property, including luxury vehicles and watches, as well as various sums of money in different currencies, it said in a statement. announcement on Saturday evening.
On Saturday, several cars, including a Rolls-Royce, a BMW and a Mercedes-Benz, were seen being removed from Mr Tate’s compound on the outskirts of the capital, Bucharest, to be transported to a storage area.
Mr Tate, his brother and two Romanian suspects were arrested on December 29 on charges of forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit six women. They denied wrongdoing.
Matt MatherJanuary 16, 2023 8:04 a.m.
Hello and welcome to our continuing coverage of the Andrew Tate case.
The controversial British-American online personality is being held in Romanian on suspicion of human trafficking and rape, which he denies.
We will bring you all the updates as they come.
Matt MatherJanuary 16, 2023 08:01