Controversial figure Andrew Tate and his sibling Tristan were released from the Romanian prison on Friday after more than three months there.The two siblings were detained on several counts, including rape and human trafficking.The Tate siblings must remain under house arrest after being freed until April 29. The pair would need permission from the authorities to exit their home while they were under house arrest. Additionally, none of the case’s witnesses could be reached by Tristan and Andrew Tate.
The 36-year-old also thinks he won’t be found guilty because he did nothing illegal.
“I appreciate the judges who heard us today for their attentiveness, listening to us, and releasing us… I simply believe in the truth, and I don’t harbour any grudges against Romania or anyone else. I firmly trust that justice will ultimately be carried out. There is absolutely no possibility that I will be found guilty of anything, declared Andrew Tate.
Andrew Tate speaks about his time in prison
Friday saw Andrew Tate’s liberation from a prison in Romania, and he spoke about his time there.
In a message that he uploaded, “Top G” asserted that he had been subjected to a 24-hour lockdown without any yard time. Additionally, he talked about how being by himself allowed him time to reflect on life and how, after coming out, he was unable to use his phone for a considerable amount of time.
“I’ve been under 24-hour confinement since last year. No time for the yard. without using any devices or contacting the outside world, pacing a three-meter cell. absolute mental lucidity. Truthful sentiments. True intentions. Sharp discomfort. I can’t tolerate my phone after a one-hour drive home. Some behaviours are difficult to break. Shaytan must be vanquished.
Additionally, a video of Tate smoking a cigar and pacing back and forth while promoting his recently released album “Top G” went popular on social media. In the video, the former two-weight champion looks to be in excellent condition.