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Andrew Tate and brother Tristan can now leave Romania after winning court fight

Andrew Tate and brother Tristan can now leave Romania after winning court fight

Andrew and Tristan Tate were arrested back in 2022 on human trafficking and rape charges

Andrew and Tristan Tate can now leave Romania after winning their court fight.

The brothers were arrested back in 2022 and charged with human trafficking, rape and forming an organised crime group to sexually exploit women.

Both of them deny all of the charges against them. Romanian law outlines that trafficking of adults or rape carry prison sentences of up to a decade.

But while the Tate brothers still face the charges and the case is ongoing, the current ruling now means the brothers will be allowed to travel within the EU.

The brothers were arrested in 2022. (DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP via Getty Images)
The brothers were arrested in 2022. (DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP via Getty Images)

Andrew and Tristan's lawyer Eugene Vidineac told the Sun: “We embrace and applaud the decision of the court today, I consider it a reflection of the exemplary behaviour and assistance of my clients.

"Andrew and Tristan are still determined to clear their name and reputation; however, they are grateful to the courts for placing this trust in them”

"For the brothers, who have faced limitations on their movement for nearly 2 years, this ruling is a welcome relief. It allows them to resume their lives with greater freedom and peace of mind.

"They are now able to travel freely throughout the EU to pursue professional opportunities without restriction."

Featured Image Credit: DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP via Getty Images

Topics: Andrew Tate, Crime