Romania detains ex-kickboxer Andrew Tate in human trafficking case

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BUCHAREST, Dec 30 (Reuters) – Romanian prosecutors on Thursday detained former professional kickboxer Andrew Tate after an online controversy over suspicions of human trafficking, rape and forming an organized crime group. announced that it did.

After raiding their property in Bucharest, the anti-organized crime unit prosecutor said in a statement that Tate had been banned from many social media platforms for misogynistic comments and hate speech, while his brother Tristan He said he would be detained for 24 hours along with two Romanian suspects.

The Tate brothers have been under criminal investigation since April.

The two declined to comment, but a lawyer confirmed they were detained.

“The four suspects are accused of recruiting, detaining and exploiting women by forcing them to produce pornographic content intended to be viewed on specialized websites for a fee,” prosecutors said. It appears that they have created an organized crime group with a purpose.”

“They would have gotten a good amount of money.”

Prosecutors said they found six women who had been sexually exploited by the suspect.

Tate states that women who are raped are partially responsible and that women belong to men.

Earlier this week, climate change activist Greta Thunberg was told to save her life on Twitter after she said she owned 33 cars with “huge emissions”.

(This story has been resubmitted to correct a typo in “Misogyny” in paragraph 2)

Reported by Luiza Ilie and Octav Ganea. Edited by Stephen Coates

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