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    ANDREW TATE AND HIS BROTHER RELEASED FROM JAIL AND PLACE UNDER HOUSE ARREST

    Andrew Tate, a former kickboxing champion and controversial online influencer, and his brother Tristan have been released from prison in Romania.

    The brothers had been held in detention since December 2022 on charges of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organized crime group. They were released after an appellate court ruled in their favor, but they have not been declared innocent yet.

    They will remain under house arrest for 30 days while the investigation continues. The case has gained significant media attention due to Andrew Tate’s controversial social media presence, which encourages men to embrace a traditional masculine culture.

    The investigation into the case is ongoing, and the brothers have denied all allegations against them.

    As the brothers left the detention facility late Friday in Bucharest, Tristan Tate told a scrum of reporters that “the judges today made the right decision.”

    “I respect what they’ve done for me and they will be vindicated in their decision, because I’m an innocent man and I can’t wait to prove it,” he said.

    Some Tate supporters outside the facility chanted “Top-G, Top-G,” using a popular moniker many of Andrew Tate’s fans refer to him as.

    Andrew Tate in his statement said “I wanted to thank the judges who heard us today, because they were very attentive and they listened to us, and they let us free.”

    “I have no resentment in my heart for the country of Romania or for anybody else,” he said. “I just believe in the truth … I truly believe that justice will be served in the end. There is zero percent chance of me being convicted for something I’ve not done.”

    In early January, Romanian authorities descended on a compound near Bucharest linked with the Tate brothers and towed away a fleet of luxury cars that included a Rolls-Royce, a Ferrari, and a Porsche. They reported seizing assets worth an estimated $3.9 million.

    Prosecutors have said that if they can prove the cars’ owners gained money through illicit activities such as human trafficking, the assets would be used to cover the expenses of the investigation and to compensate victims.

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