Tristian Tate: Andrew Tate’s brother is undue with judgement: MMA News: As Tristan Tate’s appeal for bail is due tomorrow. Andrew Tate,…
Tristian Tate: Andrew Tate’s brother is undue with judgement: MMA News: As Tristan Tate’s appeal for bail is due tomorrow. Andrew Tate, a controversial social media influencer and a former professional kickboxer, had his request for bail denied by a court in Romania on Tuesday, according to an official. The Tate brothers are being held in the country on accusations of being involved in organized crime and human trafficking. Follow the latest MMA News Updates with InsideSport.IN
Andrew Tate, a British-American citizen who has 5.3 million followers on Twitter, was initially detained in late December in Bucharest, Romania, along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian ladies. Andrew and Tristan Tate both are Romanian citizens. None of the four individuals has been formally charged in connection with the investigation as of yet.
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The request for Tate’s release on bail was denied by a judge at the Bucharest Tribunal after the morning session on Tuesday. It is not quite apparent what terms for Tate’s release on bail his legal team recommended.
It is extremely uncommon for defendants in Romania who are being held in preventive arrest for major offences to request that they be allowed to post bail. Requests to be placed under additional judicial conditions, such as home arrest or geographical limits, are becoming increasingly popular. Tristan Tate will be appealing his claims on the following day for the same case, we never know how the situation might turn up for Tristan Tate.
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The decision of the court comes after the Tate brothers were unsuccessful in their appeal against a judge’s ruling on February 21 that would extend their arrest for a third time for an additional 30 days. It was the third separate appeal they had made against decisions to extend their custody while investigations continued, and all three of those appeals were denied.
In a document submitted to the court in January to explain a prior arrest extension, it was highlighted that “the prospect of them fleeing investigations cannot be overlooked.” The document further stated that they could “leave Romania and live in countries that do not allow extradition.” At the very least, Tate will continue to be held in detention until the 29th of March.
On Andrew Tate’s Twitter account, there was a tweet that read, “If you want a life others will aspire for, you’ll need to be prepared to defend it.” This post was published prior to the judgement that the court issued on Tuesday.
Andrew Tate has claimed on multiple occasions that the prosecutors in Romania do not have any evidence and that their case is a “political” scheme designed to keep him quiet.
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