Andrew Tate reveals the scariest thing about JAIL: Andrew Tate, a notorious social media personality and former kickboxer, had struggled since his…
Andrew Tate reveals the scariest thing about JAIL: Andrew Tate, a notorious social media personality and former kickboxer, had struggled since his arrest last month. While he was detained, Andrew Tate Twitter sent out several alarming warnings. After experiencing the earthquake in Romania, CobraTate has spoken out and revealed the spookiest night TOP G has ever witnessed in prison. Follow the latest Andrew Tate arrest Updates with InsideSport.IN
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Andrew Tate Twitter: Top G describes the earthquake experience in Jail
Top G recently admitted in a Tweet that he experienced an incarceration earthquake. In addition, he said that the terrifying aspect of being imprisoned was that one could not escape in the event of a natural calamity, as had happened to him. He also pondered whether his Shotokan karate would effectively open the cage doors.
I felt the earthquake last night,
One of the scariest things about jail.
Is the concept of an earthquake or a fire, because you cannot run.
In a life-or-death situation
I am not sure my Shotokan would puncture the steel doors in time
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) February 7, 2023
Even though Tate was once a world champion kickboxer, a natural calamity would make it difficult for him to escape jail. He would, however, undoubtedly wish to escape his captivity somehow.
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TOP G in jail for 180 days?
Back in January, Tate and his brother received a 30-day detention order. This was, however, postponed for a further 30 days, or until February 27. Tate’s appeal against his January imprisonment was denied by the court because, if released, he may flee the country. Additionally, according to Romanian legislation, custody may be increased to 180 days if the court determines that further investigation is required.
Despite this, Tate’s attorneys claim that there isn’t enough evidence to establish his guilt on these accusations. Furthermore, he must be released from custody if the prosecution cannot prove a case against him within 180 days.
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