Andrew Tate to remain in prison, bail denied again

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan have been in Romanian custody since December 2022 on allegations of human trafficking and forming an organized crime ring. Their prolonged detention has taken a dramatic turn following reports that their appeal against preventive detention will be heard in court.

Andrew Tate’s attorneys have long maintained that their client’s preventive detention is excessively harsh, given the availability of alternatives such as house arrest.

However, Romanian authorities have extended their custody three times, and they can detain them without official charges for up to 180 days. Their appeal against preventive detention was scheduled to be heard on Tuesday, March 14, 2023, while his brother’s case was scheduled for Wednesday, March 15, 2023.

However, the court denied their request to end their preventive detention, marking the fifth time that Tate has had his appeal for release denied. A spokesperson for Andrew Tate stated that the ruling was disappointing, and their team would appeal the hearing.

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are part of an investigation into an array of charges. While schools, parents, and the government are urging young men to understand the ideology Tate is fostering, his fans continue to hold him on a pedestal despite ongoing claims.

His fans believe that Tate’s wrongful conviction and imprisonment are the result of a coordinated effort to frame him. They also believe his lengthy arrest is due to his history of exposing the authoritarian structure and his unrepentant political stance.

According to Andrew Tate, everything that has happened up to this point has been a test from God, a chance to prove his mental fortitude. He misses his freedom and family, but he also understands that life as a man is a struggle and a pain.