Romanian judge grants 30-day extension to Tate’s detention

Bucharest: A Romanian judge has granted a request to extend the arrest of social media personality Andrew Tate for another 30 days.

Tate, 36, a British-American citizen with 4.7 million followers on Twitter, was detained in Bucharest, Romania, on December 29. His brother, Tristan, and his two Romanian women were arrested and held in the same case.

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Ramona Bora, a spokesperson for DIICOT, Romania’s anti-organized crime agency, told The Associated Press that prosecutors requested a second 30-day extension on Thursday (Romanian time), allowing all four to remain in the country while the investigation continues. A judge approved the request on Friday, she said.

The judge’s decision in a Bucharest court came after all four lost appeals in a Bucharest court last week against the judge’s Dec. 30 ruling extending arrests from 24 hours to 30 days. .

Tates is also likely to appeal Friday’s extension.


Ioan Griga, a lawyer for the Tate brothers, believes Friday’s ruling is “totally unjustified.”

“The session ended just an hour ago and we have 20 volumes on file,” he said. Court. ”

A post on Andrew Tate’s Twitter account on Thursday read: They will never find evidence because we are innocent. They continue to ignore and destroy any testimony or hard evidence that we are innocent. ”

Romanian judge grants 30-day extension to Tate’s detention

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