Andrew Tate release date: Combat News: The release of Andrew Tate from Romanian police’s custody now seems to have been delayed. Andrew…
Andrew Tate release date: Combat News: The release of Andrew Tate from Romanian police’s custody now seems to have been delayed. Andrew Tate, 36, and his brother Tristian Tae, 34 were arrested in December 2022 for alleged charges of human trafficking, rape, pornographic shooting, and several more criminal charges. Follow Combat News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Despite denying all the accusations, Andrew Tate is still under legal watch. His plea against the detention has been written off for the second time by a Roman court. It means that ‘Top G’ and his brother will remain imprisoned till February 27 at least.
However, the timeline could have possibly been extended. As reported by The Mirror.Co.UK, the Tate brothers can also have another four months of prison after their second appeal got rejected. If such is the case, then Andrew Tate and Tristian Tate won’t be released until June.
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Andrew Tate has recently hired Tina Glandian as his new lawyer. Glandian has previously represented several A-listed celebrities like Mike Tyson, Chris Brown, Ke$ha amongst others on the court. Now that Andrew Tate has joined her long list of professional clients, it remains to be seen whether she can get bail for the controversial kickboxer turned entrepreneur.
According to the Tate brothers, assets worth £3 million have also been seized from their side, which includes million-dollar cars too.
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Andrew Tate announces $100 million donation from prison
Andrew Tate reportedly has a net worth of $350 million which he cites to be false. Per ‘Top G’ himself, he is a billionaire and his real net worth will never be revealed. That said, he has announced donating $100 million from prison to stand against men facing false accusations.
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
Tate has claimed to have written his will. He tags himself to be a victim of false allegations and wishes to stand for those facing the same problem. That said, the court and legal decision are yet to be made whether Andrew Tate is actually guilty or not.
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