The arrest of social media influencer Andrew Tate and his extended custody have been making headlines recently. Tate has been accused of running a trafficking network that coerces women into creating adullt content online.
In a recent interview with Fox News, Tina Glandian, an experienced attorney leading Andrew Tate’s defense team, revealed that Romanian authorities have the power to detain him for up to 180 days in prison without filing formal criminal charges.
Glandian also disclosed that the initial inquiry into Tate’s case started in April 2022, when false accusations were made and early attempts to arrest him and his brother were initiated.
Fresh developments have now emerged in Andrew Tate’s case. According to a report from Spy News, Tate’s appeal against preventive detention will be heard on Tuesday, March 14, 2023, while his brother’s case will be heard on Wednesday, March 15, 2023.
The Bucharest Court has established the trial terms within which the requests to replace the measure of preventive detention with that of judicial control on bail will be discussed, formulated by the defense, as follows: Andrew Tate – 14.03, 8.30 am, Tristan Tate – 15.03.
Tate’s lawyers have released a statement saying that they are not appealing for his release due to his rumored debilitating health conditions. They clarified that their requests to replace the measure of preventive detention with that of judicial control on bail are not based on medical reasons.
Andrew and Tristan Tate are awaiting the outcome of their respective cases to find out whether they will be released from custody. The court has agreed to hear the claims, and their supporters await the decision with anticipation.