New documentary unveils a new Andrew Tate accuser

Recent allegations against social media influencer Andrew Tate have surfaced in a Channel 4 documentary, where a woman has come forward accusing him of disturbing actions. This includes choking her until she lost consciousness and issuing threats to end her life.

The woman is planning to launch a civil case against Tate for damages. She has joined three others who have accused him of SA between 2013 and 2016. This was when the former kickboxer was residing in the UK.

Along with his younger brother Tristan, Tate has been is accused of human trafficking and r*pe in Romania. Both of them deny the accusations.

According to the woman in the documentary ‘I Am Andrew Tate‘, she encountered Tate in 2014 when he worked as a nightclub doorman. What began as consensual interaction swiftly turned into a harrowing experience. She disclosed losing consciousness due to being strangled during a intimate encounter, awakening to find Tate continuing the act.

She said: “I completely lost consciousness after he strangled me during”

“When I came to, he was still having s*x with me. I don’t know how long I was knocked out, but I completely lost consciousness. He must have known that I had gone limp. I was so confused when I woke up.”

“I had forgotten who I was, who he was and where I was. I just laid there completely still. Terrified. I was worried he’d do it again, and I wouldn’t wake up the second time he did it.”

According to her statement, the situation escalated when they met again. She described a shift in Tate’s demeanor, perceiving a menacing intensity in his eyes.

She said: “Something just switched. He had this manic look in his eyes, like a darkness. He said he was going to kill me, he said that he owned me and that I belonged to him. He was making me say that I loved him. He was pinning me up against the wall. I didn’t know what to do, I was too scared to speak.”

“He left early in the morning and had parked somewhere near my house. He kept saying if he got a parking ticket he would come back and kill me. In my head, I believed he would have. I thought he was going to kick the door down. But he didn’t get the ticket.”

“I didn’t tell anyone. I felt ashamed and like it was my fault because I’d agreed to have s*x with him – obviously not that kind of s*x. But I’m older now and times are different. After the #MeToo movement, there’s a lot more awareness and people talk about things a bit more.”

“That’s why I want to share my story to teach young boys and girls about consent.”

The woman went on to say that Tate’s increasing fame made it difficult for her to move on. The 37-year-old had been on Big Brother in 2016 before becoming increasingly well-known as an influencer and self-described ‘misogynist’.

In response to these allegations, a spokesperson representing the Tate brothers said: “Everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. All intimate encounters the brothers have had with respective partners have always been consensual and they vehemently deny all allegations.”

The spokesperson staunchly denied all allegations of non-consensual behavior or coercion, asserting that any intimate encounters were consensual.

“The allegations made regarding non-consensual acts are deeply disturbing. We want to emphasise that Andrew and Tristan have never engaged in any form of non-consensual or coercive behaviour and they vehemently deny all allegations.

“They find the descriptions provided shocking and upsetting as they are not reflective of their actions or character. Both brothers are committed to clearing their names through the appropriate legal channels.”