Andrew Tate claims he had a fight with 'ghost' in his prison cell that he 'sent back to hell'
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Andrew Tate has claimed he fought with a 'terrified' ghost that he 'sent back to hell' while in his prison cell.
The controversial influencer and former kickboxer was detained by authorities in Romania alongside his brother, Tristan, late last year.
Tate had his detention extended for a third time earlier this week. He is currently being held on suspicion of organised crime and human trafficking offences.
Over the last few months, several tweets from the 36-year-old's Twitter account have updated social media users on his day-to-day life.
Those tweets have ranged from Tate discussing his workout routine to consumerism in modern media. The two things you think of when Andrew Tate comes to mind.
Nobody could've anticipated what was coming on Saturday. Tate claimed he'd been involved in an altercation with a 'ghost' in his cell. Yes, you read that correctly.
The tweet reads: "I was awoken last night by an icy chill and identified a ghost in my prison cell. He was terrified and begged me not to annihilate him.
"I sent him back to hell with a message for the demons. I am always ready."
Authorities are still building a case against the Tate brothers as well as two unnamed women. None of the four suspects have been charged.
In the United Kingdom, a Labour MP last month revealed she received death threats after speaking out against Tate's divisive social beliefs.
Alex Davies-Jones claimed Tate's 'deeply toxic messaging' was starting to have an impact on schoolboys in the country.
She said: "I’d like to put on record my own thanks to … all of the local police in my south Wales area who have been an immense support to me in the recent weeks after I have spoken out about the horrendous abuse and behaviour of Andrew Tate online.
"As a result, my own inbox and my office have been bombarded with death threats, rape threats."
Tate and his brother deny all charges.
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