Andrew Tate detention Update: MMA News: At the moment, Andrew Tate is the subject of a lot of conversations. The internet’s Top’G…
Andrew Tate detention Update: MMA News: At the moment, Andrew Tate is the subject of a lot of conversations. The internet’s Top’G has been held in custody in Romania for more than 30 days now on suspicion of rape and human trafficking. As both his supporters and detractors are currently fixated on everything that is happening with him, let’s look at the most recent developments regarding his detention as a lot has happened in the last day. Follow MMA News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
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Andrew Tate detention Update: Everything thing that is happening with Top G
The biggest news regarding the former kickboxer and people are asking the most is how long he will be in custody, given that it was previously reported that he would be detained for 30 days. Meanwhile, as a result of a Romanian court rejecting Tate’s appeal on Wednesday of this week, he will remain in custody until at least 27 February.
In addition to Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan, two Romanian female suspects are also being supervised by the legal system. The development of an organized crime gang, rape, and human trafficking are among the charges against four of them that led to their arrest in December 2022.
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It’s interesting to note that Tina Glandian is the Tate brothers’ US legal advisor. She has previously represented Chris Brown, Kesha as well as legendary boxer Mike Tyson. While speaking about the extension, she stated that their extended detention without prosecution for longer than 30 days is a violation of their international human rights.
This took place following a brief hearing on Wednesday where the Tate brothers appeared from the police van. Adding to that, there is a clip that is currently going around the internet where Andrew Tate screams that he is innocent to awaiting reporters. However, since the Bucharest court of appeals upheld the ruling, they will now be on trial until February 27 at the absolute least.
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