Andrew Tate Extended jail time: Combat Sports: The spotlight has once again fixated on Andrew Tate, a former world champion kickboxer. Given…
Andrew Tate Extended jail time: Combat Sports: The spotlight has once again fixated on Andrew Tate, a former world champion kickboxer. Given the fact that he is one of the most controversial online celebrities, so since a long time he is rarely out of the news. And his recent arrest has made him the center of attention . Meanwhile, there is an important development in the famous case, which explains why his appeal got denied by court once again. Let’s dive in to see the reason behind it. Follow Combat Sports News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
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Andrew Tate Extended jail time: Why did the court reject Tate’s appeal?
For those who don’t know, his request for release from custody was denied three times in a row. The week before last, Romanian authorities renewed Tate’s arrest. At first, he was supposed to be under custody for just 30 days when he was detained in December. But it got prolonged till February 27th and now additional 30 days have been added.
As per reports, based on Tate’s phone conversations that were recorded, he posed a flight risk. The court then recognized three other justifications for detaining the brothers in custody, including the possibility of them getting escape and their influence over possible victims, so the court ordered that they should stay in jail for the sake of maintaining public order.
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In reply, Tate’s lawyer stated, “There is no flight risk. It was a discussion between Andrew and his secretary, saying that – if he was freed by the judges under these conditions – he will go to Dubai [for medical examinations]” [H/T : BBC]
Adding to that he stated there is no attempt to escape. However, for now it seems they have to spend yet another 30 days in jail which is bad news for him and his fans who are eagerly waiting to see him outside jail.
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