Romanian police seize Andrew Tate’s luxury cars and assets


Romanian authorities landed a fleet of luxury cars and other assets. Worth an estimated $3.9 million on Saturday at a compound near Bucharest in connection.

With an investigation into Andrew Tate, the divisive social media personality detained. In the country on human trafficking charges.

Romania’s National Agency for the Administration of Undisclosed Assets said. In a statement that it had removed. A total of 15 luxury cars, 14 designer watches and cash in several currencies. The total value of the product, the company said, is approximately $3.9 million.

About a half-dozen masked law enforcement officers. And other officials descended on the compound on Saturday. To take away the goods. The fleet of automobiles included a blue Rolls-

Royce, a Ferrari, a Porsche, a BMW, an Aston Martin and a Mercedes-Benz.

Tate, 36, a British-U.S. The citizen, who has 4.5 million followers on Twitter. Was arrested on December 29 in Bucharest along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian. Women on charges of being part of an organized crime group, human trafficking and rape.

On Tuesday, the four lost an appeal after the court on December 30 upheld a judge’s move to extend their arrest from 24 hours to 30 days. A day later, Tate lost another appeal that challenged the assets seized by prosecutors so far in the case.

Romania’s anti-organized crime agency, DIICOT, said it had seized 15 luxury vehicles in the case. And identified more than 10 properties and land owned by companies registered to the Tate brothers.

If prosecutors can prove that they obtained money. Through illegal activities, including human trafficking. The assets can be used to cover the costs of investigations and compensate victims, DIICOT spokeswoman Ramona Bolla said.

DIICOT said it had identified six victims in human trafficking cases who were subjected to “acts of physical violence. And emotional coercion” and sexual exploitation by members of alleged criminal groups.

After the assets were transferred on Saturday, a post appeared on Tate’s Twitter account. Which read: “Anyone who believes I am a human trafficker is truly an idiot,” and “Anyone smart enough to understand that the American system is unfair.” Will. Bloomed by the injustice of the Romanian system.”

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