(Video) Streamer Adin Ross accidentally revealed Andrew Tate’s alleged plan to flee Romania accelerating arrest

Andrew Tate, the controversial influencer and former professional kickboxer, along with his brother Tristan Tate, were apprehended by Romanian authorities following revelations of their alleged escape plan during a livestream hosted by fellow streamer Adin Ross.

In a surprising turn of events, Tate’s purported intention to flee Romania was divulged on a Kick livestream by Ross, triggering swift action from U.K. judicial authorities who issued arrest warrants based on abuse charges.

During the livestream, Ross shared direct messages from Tate, wherein Tate reportedly expressed his plan to depart Romania indefinitely. Ross’s narration of Tate’s messages, coupled with discussions about potential collaborative content, inadvertently disclosed the alleged escape scheme.

Despite vehement denials from Tate’s representatives regarding any intention to evade legal proceedings, Romanian authorities acted swiftly, detaining the Tates pending extradition to the U.K. to face the charges brought against them.

In response to the unfolding events, Tate’s legal team emphasized their clients’ commitment to the legal process and their determination to defend their reputation. They stressed that the extradition approval by a Romanian court was accompanied by a postponement until after the conclusion of the ongoing trial in Romania, affording the brothers an opportunity to participate in their defense transparently.

The controversy surrounding Tate deepens as he faces civil charges in the United Kingdom, separate from the recent arrest warrants, relating to allegations of sexual and physical assault dating back to 2014 and 2015. While these charges were previously dropped due to insufficient evidence, new claims have emerged, prompting renewed legal scrutiny.

McCue Law, representing four British women accusing Tate, confirms that the recent warrants are based on unrelated abuse allegations, suggesting a complex legal battle lies ahead for Tate and his brother.




London, 12 March 2024

McCue Jury & Partners represent four British women who accuse Andrew TATE of r*pe and serious physical and sexual assaults. Our clients’ allegations were the subject of an investigation in the United Kingdom by the Hertfordshire Constabulary.

This morning, it came to our attention that TATE has been detained in Romania after an arrest warrant and extradition request was issued by the authorities in the United Kingdom to Romania in respect of allegations of sexual offences during the same period in which our clients allege TATE r*ped and assaulted them.

Last week, we received information that TATE might have been planning to flee Romania, where he is due to stand trial for separate allegations of r*pe and human trafficking. We wrote to the British police to bring this to their attention and to urge them to immediately seek a warrant for TATE’S detention in Romania and extradition to the UK.

While we cannot and do not comment on any knowledge of ongoing investigations, we are grateful that the British authorities have decided to take action and take heed of our concerns and the concerns of our clients. TATE is accused of some of the most heinous offences against a large number of victims and must be held accountable for those actions.

We will be releasing a fuller statement on behalf of our clients shortly.

“Their lawyer, Matthew Jury, Managing Partner at McCue Jury & Partners says: “Today’s news is very welcome as it has been a significant concern to many that Tate would seek to avoid justice in Romania and abroad. We were grateful to the British authorities for taking our concerns seriously and issuing an arrest warrant. Since his arrest in Romania, Tate has spread a vast amount of disinformation about the criminal allegations he faces in the UK via a series of high-profile interviews with individuals such as Piers Morgan and Tucker Carlson. We hope these recent developments will discourage them and others from continuing to give Tate such a high-profile platform to continue to properly interrogate him on the allegations. Allowing Tate to spread disinformation about the allegations of criminality he faces, not just in the UK, only helps to spread and spread the toxic influence further amongst vulnerable young men and boys, something we should all be seeking to put an end to.”

The victims ask that a link to the CrowdJustice campaign be included in any reporting: https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/justiceformewithstandrew/