A Romanian Court just ruled “loverboy” Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate are to remain under house arrest for yet another month.
The duo has been under house arrest since March after facing charges of luring women with false declarations of love and seducing them via the “loverboy” method by promising marriage and/or relationships. A court in Bucharest, Romania ordered the brothers remain under house arrest after DIICOT, Romania’s Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism, finally filed their formal indictment in June. The brothers were originally arrested in December 2022 along with Tate’s assistant Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu.
The Tates initially showed up for a hearing on June 21 where prosecutors sought to extend their house arrest but the Court re-scheduled the matter, unable to come to a decision. Read about the previous hearing and charges.
Representatives for the brothers stated that they remained hopeful that judges would find a lighter measure appropriate as attorneys appealed the house arrest ruling but the Court decided to extend the lockdown for another 30 days today. Andrew Tate took to Twitter commenting:
“Very strange that one judge can think the file is garbage and should be dismissed. And another can believe your liberty should remain permanently deprived. Based on the same file?”
He further noted: “I haven’t been outside in 7 months. They’ve just decided I must remain on house arrest into month 8 – this can continue indefinitely.”
The Tate brothers recently provided an exclusive interview to Valuetainment and sat down with Patrick Bet-David to discuss jail time and predictions for the future. Listen to Andrew’s side of the story.