Andrew Tate prison sentence: U.S. Embassy turns down lawyer’s request to help

On December 29 in Bucharest, Romania, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan were taken into custody on charges of rape and people trafficking. With his webcam business, Tate is said to have employed up to 75 women, and they have accused him of kidnapping them and making them do sex acts against their will.

The controversial influencer was just given an additional 30-day prison sentence in Romania for his suspected involvement in organised crime and human trafficking.

On December 29 in Bucharest, Romania, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan were taken into custody on charges of rape and people trafficking. With his webcam business, Tate is said to have employed up to 75 women, and they have accused him of kidnapping them and making them do sex acts against their will.

The controversial influencer was just given an additional 30-day prison sentence in Romania for his suspected involvement in organised crime and human trafficking.

Tina Glandian recently revealed in an interview with the PBD Podcast that the U.S. Embassy had turned down her request for support in the ongoing Andrew Tate trial: “I did make a call to the American embassy while I was in Bucharest to see if they could help me with this. But they essentially just told me to ignore my Romanian Council and cooperate with them by adhering to their recommended course of action. They ultimately weren’t much of a help in my attempts to do it.”

Glandian added on the possibility that Tate’s purported exposure of the establishment and unabashed political position contributed to the length of his detention:

“I would imagine that the U.S. embassy would have been more helpful if it included a U.S. citizen in a case that did not involve Andrew Tate,” the author said.

Andrew Tate’s lawyer shed light on the web cam business

A British woman who wishes to remain anonymous said that she was seeing Andrew Tate. She told the BBC that after convincing her to work for his webcam business, he started being violent and dominating.

Using an adult webcam studio where they used their girlfriends as models for paying customers, the Tate brothers made their first million dollars. The continuous accusations of Tate’s involvement in human trafficking stem from this.

In the aforementioned podcast, Tate’s attorney Tina Glandian responded to the allegations, saying:

“I am really optimistic about how this will turn out in terms of the present subject of the investigation. Nothing new has emerged to substantiate this claim in all the intervening period, not even new allegations of victims. Since they can for the time being, while they’re seeking for proof, I believe they will push for this preventative arrest.”

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