Andrew Tate continues to fire shots at Logan Paul despite being inside Romanian jail
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Andrew Tate has taken time off from his busy schedule of being incarcerated in a Romanian jail while he's investigated for allegations of human trafficking and other criminal activity to complain about Logan Paul.
He was first arrested on the evening of 29 December along with his brother in his home in Romania, with the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) saying they were investigating alleged human trafficking, rape and the formation of an organised criminal group.
They are investigating claims that a number of women were 'recruited by British citizens' before being 'transported and housed in buildings in Ilfov county' where they were subjected to 'acts of physical violence and mental coercion'.
DIICOT says they are investigating claims that these women were 'sexually exploited' into creating pornographic content.
Held for an initial 24 hours, prosecutors then mandated an extension to the arrest period of 30 days which Tate tried and failed to appeal against.
Appearing at Bucharest's Court of Appeal in handcuffs yesterday (10 January), Tate's appeal against remaining in a Romanian detention centre was shot down.
Despite this he continues to have access to his social media accounts and took aim at YouTuber and occasional boxer Logan Paul.
He claimed 'even in Romanian prison they talk about Logan Paul being a scammer', posting the message to Twitter.
Whether this is meant to be a reference to Logan Paul's energy drink being resold for wildly inflated fees or just a general rant against the internet personality, Tate doesn't seem to like him very much.
Tate will be hoping his latest bout of internet beef goes better than his recent exchange with Greta Thunberg which he kicked off by trying to brag about the number of cars he had, some of which had since been seized by the police.
He called on her to provide her email address so he could send her a list of all of his cars and the pollution they caused.
She hit back by telling Tate to send over his list to 'smalld**[email protected]', and this reply apparently got under his skin so little that he made a video telling everyone she absolutely hadn't got under his skin.
In the video a number of pizza boxes were visible, which led some to theorise that the Romanian police arrested Tate because they saw the boxes and knew he was at home.
Thunberg had the last laugh, tweeting out that 'this is what happens when you don't recycle your pizza boxes'.