Influencer Andrew Tate arrested over sex trafficking allegations

Influencer Andrew Tate arrested over sex trafficking allegations


After being humiliated by Greta Tumberg on Twitter, controversial influencer Andrew Tate was arrested Thursday along with his brother in a sex trafficking case in Romania and his altercation with the activist may not be there. be not for nothing.

Andrew Tate, who calls himself a misogynist, and his brother were arrested in Romania on Thursday on allegations of sex trafficking, Romanian newspaper 'Libertatea' reported. traveled to a villa where Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan were staying Thursday to arrest the British brothers for kidnapping and rape, court sources told the newspaper.

The brothers are believed to have detained two young women, an American and a Romanian woman, inside the villa against their will in April, where they were allegedly subjected to “physical abuse and mental coercion,” the “Daily Mail” reported.

Betrayed by his video line

Andrew Tate's arrest may have a direct link to his exchange with Greta that went viral earlier this week.

The influencer decided to annoy the environmental activist on Twitter by touting his luxury car collection in a post that has racked up nearly 50 million views.

“I have 33 cars. My Bugatti is equipped with a quad turbo w16 8.0L. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s. It's only the beginning. Please provide me with your email address so I can complete the list of my competition cars, each with details of their huge emissions,” tweeted Andrew Tate.

The young wife was quick to retort to the influencer, in an equally sarcastic tone.

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More than ten hours after his initial tweet, Andrew Tate offered a response, accompanied by a video.

“Thank you for confirming via your email address that you have a small penis. The world was curious. And I agree: you should buy yourself a life,” the influencer tweeted at the young woman.

Andrew Tate then asks someone off-screen to give him two boxes of pizza, but reminds him not to recycle it in an effort to provoke Greta Thunberg.

These boxes from a Romanian pizza chain would have potentially let authorities know he was in the country .

“Romanian authorities needed proof that Andrew Tate was in the country, so they would have used his social media posts. His ridiculous video from yesterday featured a pizza from a Romanian pizza chain, Jerry's Pizza, confirming he was in the country. This is absolutely epic,” tweeted Alejandra Caraballo, civil rights attorney and clinical instructor at Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinic.