Following an unprecedented rise to fame in 2022, the world crashed around Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan as the pair were arrested in December 2022 for suspected human trafficking and other charges.
Following their incarnation, the world has been divided, with many campaigning in defense of the Tate brothers, while others feel like it has been a long time coming.
Regardless of your opinion, it is hard to not be captivated by the case, and now Andrew and Tristan Tate have given their first public statement since being arrested, where Andrew Tate famously said that “the Matrix is attacking me.”
Andrew Tate arrest
Following their arrest in December 2022, the world has been anticipating the outcome of the Tate brother’s arrest for human trafficking charges. The brothers have managed to keep themselves in the public eye with their social media accounts remaining as active as ever, and their online course, The Real World, still gaining new subscribers with over 200,000 students enrolled.
After being transported to the DIICOT HQ in Romania, the Tate brothers exited the police van where the media was awaiting their arrival.
Both Tate brothers made their first public statements since being arrested, with Tristan Tate claiming that “there is no evidence against me, The authorities are trying to steal my cars and my money.”
While Andrew Tate stated that “there’s no proof, I didn’t do anything wrong. Unfortunately, there is no justice in Romania.”
This is the second time that the brothers have been seen in public since their arrest, with the first being earlier this month as they arrived to attend a court hearing which saw their appeal denied.
Both men appeared to be in good health, which is great news following reports earlier this month that Andrew Tate had been hospitalized. Tate is no longer sporting his trademark bald look. Instead, his hair has begun growing back out, which does debunk the rumor he is bald; instead, he is sporting a full head of hair.
With their recent appeal being denied, the Tate brothers will remain in jail until at least the end of February, when their next appeal hearing will take place in a Romanian court. If denied, the brothers could spend up to six months incarcerated before a trial begins if the charges aren’t dropped.