Andrew Tate breaks his silence after being released from jail in Romania
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Former kickboxer Andrew Tate has broken his silence after being released from jail in Romania.
Andrew, 36, and his younger brother, Tristan, were arrested in Romania back in December due to alleged human trafficking, rape and crime gang offences.
But they were released from their incarceration in Bucharest on Friday following a verdict by Romanian judges.
The four-time kickboxing world champion shortly released a statement outside his residency, where he claimed 'justice will be served'.
Speaking to a group of reporters, he said: "The judges who heard us today, they were very attentive, they listened to us and they let us know, so I have absolute respect for them.
"I have no resentment in my heart for the country of Romania over anybody else, I just believe in the truth. I believe in god and I think that the fire of the truth will destroy all lies and anybody who lies over a long enough time frame will feel regret.
"I truly believe that justice will be served in the end, there is zero per cent chance of me being found guilty of something I have not done.
"I maintain my absolute innocence and I think most people understand this. I look forward to being home, so thank you very much everyone."
Asked what his plans were following his release, he defiantly replied: "When I was in jail I did 7,417 push-ups, I would like to get to 10,000 before the end of the weekend.
"I will focus on the push-ups and I will read the Quran. Thank you."
Andrew followed up the release from jail by posting a series of posts on social media.
He simply tweeted: ":)", before writing another message: "Email regarding my release will be sent in 24 hours. God is great."
He also shared a video of himself, accompanied with the caption: "Since last year ive been in 24 hour lockdown. No yard time.
"Pacing a 3metre cell with zero electronics or outside contact. Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans. Vivid pain.
One hour home and I cant stand my phone. Some habits die hard. We must defeat Shaytan."
Featured Image Credit: via Twitter
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