Andrew Tate’s Romanian compound “didn’t seem to be holding women against their will,”
According to his neighbour, Andrew Tate is said to have “never” kept any ladies “against their will” in the Romanian compound.
Mihai Costicea, a neighbour who shares a wall with Tate’s home, allegedly stated, “We all knew what was going, it was not a very well-kept secret,” in a report by the Mail Online.
Some of the women who lived in the bungalow were occasionally entirely exposed, and they showed no signs of embarrassment. The house was filled with all kinds of activity, and it was clear what it was being used for.
“I just had a conversation with one of the girls, Bibiana, who was from Czechoslovakia. She claimed that they were all participating in chat rooms, although, to be honest, they all appeared to be content and were frequently coming and leaving from the house as they pleased.
The neighbour also acknowledged, “We didn’t get the idea that they were being detained against their will,” before drawing a conclusion.