Andrew Tate, 36, and his brother Tristan, 34 were arrested on Thursday night They turned a full-time abode for alleged sex trafficking from a $700,000 Romanian warehouse.
Andrew bought the property, located in the town of Voluntari outside Bucharest, in 2017, when he first moved to Romania.
Emory Andrew Tate III was born social media influencer And the alleged misogynist said that 40% of his decision to leave the United Kingdom was based on avoiding rape charges as police investigated allegations of abuse.
Andrew moved to Britain when he was young after his father, Emory Tate, struggled to find work in the United States.
“So by the age of 11 I was [the] The man of the house,” he claimed, adding that he soon started working in the markets while still in school.
In a video explaining why he moved from the UK to Romania, Andrew said: “I’m not a rapist, but I like the idea of being able to do what I want. I like being free,” According to Guardian.
Photos of his Romanian campus, which he once gave viewers a look at, show a very candid bachelor pad, with sleek furniture and contemporary style.
In one room is a high-tech display of monitors with multiple security-video feeds and in another a James Bond-themed glass cabinet showing an array of guns and black jackets.
A wood-panelled room with leather chairs appears to be the same area where Andrew recorded his widely derided criticism Climate activist Greta Thunberg in which she was seen smoking a cigar.
He also has a large chessboard as a tribute to his late father, who was an international master of the game and one of the top active players in the world. before his death in 2015 at the age of 56.
According to the Guardian, it was from this home that he ran “Hustler University”, where approximately 127,000 men pay him $47 a month for tips on money and life in general.
The arrest video released earlier shows officers with battering rams and guns wading through the dark villa before taking Andrew into a car.
Prosecutors allege the brothers were “sexually abused” by suspects in an alleged organized crime ring at least six womenwho were allegedly recruited, held and forced to display pornographic videos for sale online.
Officers recovered several weapons during the raid, including several guns, a knuckle duster, an ax and swords of varying lengths, besides stacks of money.
Andrew’s rise to fame began in 2016 when he appeared on the UK reality TV show “Big Brother”.
Seven days in, he was fired from the show after a video surfaced of him groping and spanking a girlfriend for other men to see. Another video surfaced of him asking a woman to count the injuries inflicted on him.
He has said that if a man in a relationship has sex with someone else, it “isn’t cheating, it’s exercise” – then claimed that if the female partner “also talks to a friend, it’s cheating”. Is.”
Andrew’s views sparked a number of online bans, starting in 2017 – at the height of allegations against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein – he was suspended by Twitter for saying that women should be punished for sexual harassment or rape. “Responsibility must be taken”.
Regarding his wealth, Andrew has said he made his first million when he was 27 – “I had a hundred million dollars by the time I was 31,” he said in a streaming video earlier this year. Told Aidan Ross in the interview. “I recently became a trillionaire…the world’s first trillionaire,” he claimed, even suggesting that he had amassed three times more bank fortune than the richest man since Elon Musk .