Romanian court extends Andrew Tate's detention on alleged human trafficking charges

Romanian court extends Andrew Tate’s detention on alleged human trafficking charges

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A Romanian court said on Thursday that divisive internet personality Andrew Tate, his brother and two other suspects would remain in custody until February 27.

Tate and his co-accused were taken into custody by Romanian anti-organized crime prosecutors on 29 December on charges of forming a criminal gang to sexually assault six women. A court ruled on 10 January that the suspects must remain in Romanian police custody for the full 30 days.

Tate’s attorneys were not immediately available for comment. Tate and his fellow suspects have previously denied any wrongdoing.

Romanian authorities have said they have seized 18 million lei ($3.96 million) worth of goods and money as part of the investigation.

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