Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan has been denied the permission to visit their ailing mother in the UK.
Accused of grave charges involving r*pe and human trafficking in Romania, both brothers staunchly refute the allegations against them.
The former kickboxing luminary faced his initial arrest in December 2022. He subsequently endured a period of house arrest in Bucharest, Romania’s capital. Although the house arrest concluded in August, the authorities restricted their movements. The Tates have been allowed to leave their home, but they have been banned from departing Romania.
In a social media update, Andrew Tate revealed his mother’s recent heart attack. On Tuesday, he wrote: “I am going to court tomorrow to request an emergency visit to London.”
Despite his plea for an emergency visit to London to attend to her health, the request was turned down. He wrote on Friday: “The Romanian state decided she must be alone at Christmas, if she is alive.”
Following this, the Tate brothers have not stopped posting on social media. Tristan also wrote: “If my mother makes it to Christmas she will be spending it alone”.
The British-American siblings vehemently maintain their innocence, refuting allegations of duping seven women into exploitation through false promises of relationships or marriage.
In a June interview with the BBC, Andrew Tate asserted his innocence. He dismissed the charges against him as fabricated.
Tate stated: “We have an open criminal investigation, I am absolutely and utterly sure I’ll be found innocent. I know the case better than you, I know it intimately and you don’t, I have seen all the criminal files and the evidence against me and you haven’t.”
“I know the truth of what happened and you don’t. And I’m telling you absolutely and utterly, I’ve never hurt anybody, that the case that’s been put against me is completely and utterly fabricated and I’m never going to be found guilty of anything.”