Tate brothers freed from Romania

A Bucharest court has ruled that Andrew and Tristan Tate may exit Romania but not the entire EU. 

They had previously been banned from leaving Romania, indicted on charges of human trafficking, rape and forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women – allegations they have entirely denied, despite Tate calling himself “absolutely a misogynist”. 

They deny all allegations against them.

The decision to allow freedom of movement in the EU, which the brothers called “a significant victory” for them, is not final and can be appealed.

The brothers’ lawyer, Eugene Vidineac, called the ruling a „reflection of the exemplary behaviour and assistance of my clients”. 

Meanwhile, Andrew Tate posted on X: „The sham case is falling apart.”

He has repeatedly claimed Romanian prosecutors have no evidence against him and there is a conspiracy to silence him, points out the BBC. 

But Andrew and Tristan are also wanted in the UK over sexual offences. 

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