“You know I’m innocent” Andrew Tate shouts as he arrives in court to fight detention
Andrew Tate lost his appeal against an extension of his detention at a Romanian court.
As he arrived at court on Wednesday, February 1, to make his latest attempt to escape jail, the influencer, who was accused of sex trafficking and rape, proclaimed his innocence.
He shouted at reporters, “You know I’m innocent,” as he was led from a prison container while being handcuffed to Tristan Tate, his younger brother.
Asked on his way to the Bucharest Court of Appeal if he expected to be freed Wednesday, Tate 36, said: “There is not much justice in Romania.”
The brothers will remain behind bars until February 27 after appealing against a judge’s Jan. 20 decision to extend their arrest a second time.
Tate is detained in Romania on suspicion of organized crime and human trafficking.