Online influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate have been released from house arrest in Romania but are required to stay in the country during the trial on charges of human trafficking. The Bucharest Court of Appeals ordered the Tate brothers to remain in Romania under probation for 60 days while awaiting trial. The charges involve allegations of human trafficking across Romania, Britain, and the United States, as well as rape and forming an organized criminal group in 2021.
Andrew Tate, a former kickboxer known for sharing controversial views on social media, maintains his innocence and expressed faith in the Romanian judicial system. While he and his brother can now travel within Bucharest and the surrounding area with court approval, they must avoid contact with the other defendants, witnesses, or alleged victims.
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