Following his online argument with Greta Thunberg, a climate activist, Andrew Tate has found himself in even more trouble. Sexual assault and human trafficking were the charges against him and Tristan Tate, his brother. The social media personality’s controversial views, particularly those regarding women, have been the subject of debate.
After Tate’s arrest by Romanian police for more than a week, new allegations have surfaced. A 22-year-old American filed a case against the controversial online figure in 2022, alleging that he r*ped her. The polarizing figure’s involvement in a violent s*x-trafficking gang has progressed in the case.
The women who worked for Andrew Tate were denigrated.
The news about Andrew Tate always horrifies viewers, and a new shocking discovery was made regarding his most recent arrest. The women who worked with him were forever marked by the former professional kickboxer. They are said to have been branded with a tattoo that read, “owned by Tate.” In 2016, the influencer was kicked out of Big Brother UK because she was being investigated for r*pe.
The investigators say that the s*x-cam footage showed troubling tattoos on Tate’s Romanian operation. Workers in Romania showed the same inking. Also, the same tattoo was on the 22-year-old American woman who had accused the sex trafficker of r*ping her a year earlier, which led to the April investigation and raid.
The phrase in the ink is comparable to the assertions made by the influencer, who was born in the United States, that women are men’s property and ought to share in any money made through pornography. “It’s not about being property; it’s about her belonging to him, and the intimate parts of her body belong to him because they’re in a relationship,” he had stated. Additionally, he has a stake in those body parts if she wishes to sell them.
He believes that women belong to men and have their stack in their parts, even though the 36-year-old has other opinions about male p**n stars. According to the controversial internet celebrity, this does not apply to the men who are involved in the business.
The business partner of Andrew Tate backs him up
The most alarming details about the social media personality’s almost sycophantic demeanor have been made public. Sebastian Vieru, Tate’s business partner, said that the women’s branding wasn’t very important.
He compared it to women who proudly had tattoos of their partners’ names. “When you have 100 girls of your own, you do not have to force any woman to do anything,” Vieru said.
Tate’s attorney, Eugen Vidineac, denied all of the allegations, including the exploitation of women. He said that his client wants to work with the prosecution and say that they are innocent.
Source: New York Post