Andrew Tate will remain in jail for another 30 days after appeal was rejected
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Former kickboxer Andrew Tate will remain in jail for another 30 days after his latest appeal was turned down.
Since 29 December, Tate and his brother Tristan have been put behind bars on the suspicion of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organised crime group.
Tate has been appealing to be put under house arrest, but those efforts have been unsuccessful so far and he and his brother are set to remain imprisoned for the foreseeable future.
According to the Mail Online, the Tate brothers and fellow suspects Luana Radu and Georgiana Naghel will be in jail until at least 21 April.
It is believed that the court decided to side with the prosecutors’ request and denied the Tate brother and fellow suspects bail due to the 'particular dangerousness of the defendants' and their ability to identify victims 'with an increased vulnerability, in search of better life opportunities.'
Although no date has been set for a trial, prosecutors can only request the defendants to be placed in detention for a maximum of 180 days, which means the Tates can only be locked up until 27 June.
After the decision was made, Tate took to social media to share yet another bizarre message.
He tweeted: “My whole life has been war. That is the difference between me and everyone else.
“I have knife scars. I have had 87 professional fights. Now I am in a Romanian Jail.
“I succeed and achieve regardless. And that is why when I speak, people listen. Heroes are built in War.”
Last month, he shared similar tweets whilst inside his cell.
He wrote: “There are two possible futures of the universe... One, they kill me. Two, I emerge as one of the most respected and influential men on the planet galvanised by false persecution.
“I ask my enemies to make a choice. I will stay awake tonight prepared for mortal combat. Send your best.”
Tate added: “I can communicate and write to my students inside The Real World.
“I can positively influence the world. I can still change lives. I am locked in a cell, for now. But it could be worse.
“I exist falsely imprisoned with a smile.”
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