Andrew Tate allegedly sent voicemails incriminating himself: “I love r**ing you.”

While a number of UFC athletes is sticking by Andrew Tate, a lot of damning evidence is coming out.

Tate is detained in Romania and will reportedly remain incarcerated for at least another month.

Vice has been preparing to air a documentary about Tate. The video will cover a topic about several alleged assaults Tate committed in UK prior to his move to Romania.

According to evidence Vice has collected, social media influencer Andrew Tate sent incriminating messages to his alleged victims including one where  he wrote to his victim, “I love r**ing you.”

The source revealed a voice note from a guy it identified as Tate.

“Am I a bad person? Because the more you didn’t like it, the more I enjoyed it. I f**king loved how much you hated it. It turned me on. Why am I like that?”

Six months after the alleged 2013 incident, the woman known only as Amelia, went to Bedfordshire police in England to report it. She gave them the messages and audio notes.

Tate was detained in 2015, but no charges were filed. Amelia recalled to Vice that an officer had informed her that the investigation had been abandoned because of “one ounce of doubt.”

Former champion kickboxer Tate is still being detained in Romania after getting arrested last month on suspicion of being involved in human trafficking and organized crime.

Vice was informed by Tate’s attorney that he was too preoccupied with the continuing legal situation in Romania to reply to “old charges.”

The Tate brothers have denied any participation via their attorney Eugen Vidineac. They have also contested the arrest warrant unsuccessfully.

Vidineac spoke in a translated interview that was uploaded on Tate’s Twitter page. He said: “Even up to the present moment, the criminal investigation file has not been made available to us to ensure the effective defense of our clients.”

“In this sense, I would like to point out, at least from this point of view, I am also somehow amazed, there is not a single piece of evidence apart from the victim’s statement that leads to the idea that a crime of rape was committed.”

“In my view, there is no evidence to the formation of an opinion of reasonable suspicion regarding the commission of offences provided for and punishable by criminal law. In this case we are talking about human trafficking and organized crime.”