Andrew Tate fears he could soon be shot as 'stage 3 approaches'
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The controversial ex-kickboxer had been imprisoned in a Romanian jail cell after being arrested on December 29 last year.
Despite not being charged, prosecutors were able to extend his detention several times.
Authorities are investigating him, his brother Tristan and two others on allegations of being involved in organised crime and human trafficking.
However, it was revealed last week that Andrew and Tristan would be moved to house arrest.
Even though he's now in the comfort of his own home, he fears something ominous could be coming.
In a jail cell for an unknown period of time— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) April 2, 2023
Facing the largest of battles
It was the perfect time for any traitors on my team to betray me
But my team remained solid
I am the perfect judge of character
Surrounded by impeccable men
Teams like mine cannot lose.
In the middle of December last year, he said: "If they kill me I love you all."
He's since responded to that tweet with: "I prepare my body to absorb the brutal kinetics of piercing lead
"As all other silencing attempts fail, and stage 3 approaches - I anticipate a bullet will be the chosen utensil of pacification
"I can only pray and prepare. I will force myself to breathe the best I can. I promise."
It's unclear what stage three means in this context.
Tate also included another tweet in the recent post where he said he believes you can 'judge a man by the power of his enemies'.
The former kickboxer has praised his 'team' for helping him go from a Romanian jail cell to being placed on house arrest.
He said on Twitter: "In a jail cell for an unknown period of time. Facing the largest of battles. It was the perfect time for any traitors on my team to betray me.
"But my team remained solid. Flawless. I am the perfect judge of character. Surrounded by impeccable men. Teams like mine cannot lose."
The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled in favour of Tate’s appeal last week, which challenged a judge’s decision last week to extend his arrest for a fourth time.
Ramona Bolla, a spokesperson for Romania’s anti-organised crime agency, DIICOT, said he will now remain under house arrest until April 29.
Despite being held without charge for three months, Tate doesn't hold any animosity to Romania.
"I just believe in the truth. So I believe in God and I think that the fire of truth will eventually destroy all lies and anybody who lies in a long enough timeframe will feel the sting of regret," he said after being released from prison.
"I truly believe that justice will be served in the end.
"There is 0 percent chance of me being found guilty of something I have not done. I maintain my absolute innocent innocence.
"I think most people understand this and I look forward to being home, so thank you so much."