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Andrew Tate's house arrest has been extended

Andrew Tate's house arrest has been extended

The influencer was moved to house arrest in March

A court in Romania has extended Andrew Tate's house arrest for another 30 days.

The move comes after the influencer was moved from custody to house arrest last month.

Tate and his brother Tristan were first arrested back in December 2022 for suspected human trafficking, rape, and forming an organised crime group.

Tate's house arrest has been extended.
Twitter/Andrew Tate

Both brothers were held in custody until just last month, when they were place under house arrest instead.

Official charges have not yet been brought against Andrew, Tristan, or the two Romanian women who were arrested with them.

The brothers have denied the allegations made against them.

This extension to Andrew and Tristan's house arrest means they'll be stuck in their homes until at least 29 May.

It has not yet been reported whether or not the Tate brothers' associates will also have their house arrest extended.

Andrew Tate has made quite a name for himself online, earning millions of followers by repeatedly posting controversial and, often times, misogynistic opinions.

Andrew Tate has been in a weird place since being put under house arrest.

Previous clips from Tate have seen him state that he believes women are men's 'property' and compared being in a relationship with a woman to 'training a dog'.

So far, under house arrest, Andrew Tate doesn't seem to be doing so well.

For starters, there was this bizarre video he posted after he returned home.

Then there's the confusing tweets he has been sharing with his followers.

Like: "Since last year ive been in 24 hour lockdown. No yard time.

"Pacing a 3metre cell with zero electronics or outside contact. Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans.

"Vivid pain. One hour home and I cant stand my phone.

"Some habits die hard. We must defeat Shaytan."

And, of course, there was the video he decided to make for Greta Thunberg this week.

Yeah, he's still not over his beef with her.

Posting a video of himself smoking a cigar, surrounded by pizza boxes - seemingly a nod to the video he sent her before his arrest - Tate simply wrote: "Do it. I don't live in fear."

So... all seems well here, right?

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Topics: Andrew Tate