Andrew Tate arrest: Combat News: Writer Matt Pinkett has conducted workshops to prevent people from getting influenced by controversial entrepreneur Andrew Tate.…
Andrew Tate arrest: Combat News: Writer Matt Pinkett has conducted workshops to prevent people from getting influenced by controversial entrepreneur Andrew Tate. As reported by the media, he held those workshops for teachers and addressed how to tackle ‘toxic masculinity’ which Pinkett believes has been provoked by Tate. Follow Combat News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
36-year-old Andrew Tate is currently held under the detention of Romanian police, along with his brother Tristian Tate and two other women. The Tate brothers were arrested in December 2022 for alleged rape, human trafficking, and several other criminal activities, including pornography.
Now that he is under legal watch, courses are being run on how to prevent his influence in schools and educational institutions. According to Matt Pinkett, Andrew Tate provokes ‘rape culture’, which has adversely affected students for years.
Pinkett cited how groping and offensive sexual comments have been tolerated in schools which he wishes to take a stand against. Andrew Tate was banned from all major social media platforms after people raised their voices against Top G’s controversial remarks surrounding women.
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Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter brought back several banned celebrities to the platform, including Donald Trump and Andrew Tate on a long list. Tate began sparking controversial tweets on his return.
He even shared a social media banter with climate activist Greta Thunberg. While ‘Top G’ flexed his cars and assets in a response video to Thunberg, he was arrested by Romanian police the very next day. Tate has been imprisoned since then.
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Andrew Tate’s plea against the detention has been rejected by the Romanian court and he shall stay imprisoned till February 27 at least. Some added criminal charges have been put against him, which means that the arrest can see another 4-months extension. If such happens, Andrew Tate won’t be released till June-July 2023.
Meanwhile, Tate has hired Tina Glandian as his new lawyer. Glandian has previously represented celebrities like Ke$ha, Chris Brown, and Mike Tyson on the court. It remains to be seen whether she can get her new client Tate out of all the trouble.
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