Andrew Tate says he's 'had to delete' post where he claimed he may have been poisoned
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Andrew Tate says he 'had to delete' a post after he claimed that he had been poisoned.
A new day, a new series of cryptic tweets from the former Big Brother contestant, who is adamant that there is some underhand global conspiracy out to get him.
His latest was that he had somehow been poisoned:
In his original post, Tate said that he had been suffering from a series of bizarre symptoms, including a rash and a swollen face.
The 36-year-old told his followers that he suspected foul play, and that his health was rapidly deteriorating.
He wrote: "Face swollen. Blood pressure is through the roof. Skins on fire. Hard to breathe. Some sort of severe reaction or poison. Only had coffee and water so far today. All appeared in the last 5mins."
Tate, who is currently being investigated for human trafficking charges, then followed that up with a video of what looked like a red rash across parts of his body, tweeting that he was 'gathering chi'.
Presumably someone on his team later added: "Andrew is not allergic to anything. This has never happened before. Has only had water and coffee today.
"Either an insect bite or some matrix attack insanity in his bottled water. He’s refusing doctors and is focusing on tea and breathing. Will keep you all updated."
But now, just a few hours after the posts went up, they appear to have gone.
In a follow up, Tate retweeted a message, which read: "If I tell the truth, they'll put me in jail."
And above it, he said: "Had to delete."
Quite why he had to delete it we don't know, but it's probably to do with that pesky 'matrix' he keeps banging on about.
Tate had previously claimed he feared he might be shot after leaving prison, claiming that 'stage 3 approaches' though quite what that's supposed to actually mean is anyone's guess.
The controversial influencer has been under investigation from police since April 2022.
And last year, he and his brother, Tristan, were arrested by Romania's Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT).
The unit claimed their victims had been lured to their home and were forced to stay under threat of 'physical violence and mental coercion'.
DIICOT also says the victims were then made to 'perform pornographic demonstrations'.
In addition to being detained as part of an investigation into human trafficking, organised crime and rape, Tate is also facing a lawsuit from three women who allege that he raped and abused them.
They say they worked as webcam models for Tate in 2013 and claim they were abused during that time, with the women saying they'd brought the matter to police's attention before.