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    Andrew Tate and brother Tristan released from house arrest in Romania

    The Tate brothers, Andrew and Tristan have been reportedly released from house arrest in Romania.

    The 36 year old influencer is currently facing charges of rape, human trafficking and forming an organised crime group to sexually exploit women and has been under house arrest since March but he is now free to leave his home although he is not allowed to leave the country.

    The Tate brothers after being released from house arrest on Friday, are now under judicial control which is described as a lighter restrictive measure, MailOnline reports.

    There are also two Romanian women who have been charged with human trafficking alongside the Tate brothers. They have denied the charges and they have also been released from house arrest.

    The four alleged perpetrators will now be able to move around freely but they are banned from leaving Romania or entering certain parts of the country.

    This is taking place not long after the Tates appeared at the Court of Appeal in Bucharest to appeal against a court decision in July which would have kept them under house arrest for another 30 days. On the 1st of August, Andrew Tate Tweeted: “‘I am in the Bucharest Court of Appeal to find out if I will be detained for a ninth month. Three months in jail, six months locked in my house.”

    Andrew was arrested in December and spent three months behind bars before being released to house arrest, and then he went on to spend months appealing against the house arrest order until it was finally lifted this week.

    Recently, Tate gave an interview to the BBC in which he denied allegations of rape and exploitation and called himself a “force for good”. Talking on the outlet, the former ‘Big Brother’ star said: “I genuinely am a force for good in the world.

    “You may not understand that yet, but you will eventually. And I genuinely believe I am acting under the instruction of God to do good things, and I want to make the world a better place.”

    Talking about the Romanian case, Andrew said he knows the truth of what happened and people don’t. “And I’m telling you absolutely and utterly, I’ve never hurt anybody, that the case that’s been put against me is completely and utterly fabricated and I’m never going to be found guilty of anything.” – he added.

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