THE full list of £3.3 million worth of Andrew Tate’s assets seized by police including flashy watches and gold coins has been released.
The 36-year-old misogynist influencer is currently in jail in Romania after being accused of sex-trafficking and rape.
He was detained at the end of 2022 along with his brother Tristan and they both recently lost a bid to be freed on bail.
Tate's money and his assets are being chased down by Romanian organised crime-busting cops, DIICOT, as part of the wide-ranging probe.
Supercars including a Rolls Royce, Aston Martin and Lamborghini have already been seized from his compound in Romania.
DIICOT has also now listed other assets including a collection of luxury watches worth £1 million.
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They include Hubolt, Cartier, Patek Philippe, Breitling and Rolex makes, Cancan reports.
Two gold bars and a coin gold with the image of a cobra snake and the inscription ONE OUNCE CASH 999.9 Gold have also been seized.
The cops also list a number of properties and land in Romania including an eight and a four bedroom house.
Cash and Bitcoin in the name of Tate, his brother Tristan, and Tristan’s partner Abigail Tyson worth around £355,000 have also been seized.
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Romania’s country’s Asset Recovery and Management Agency (ANABI) said back in January that the total value of cars, watches and other assets was just under $4 million – around £3.3 million.
It comes as prosecutors reportedly want to take control of Tate’s £5 million Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport along with £20 million property on the exclusive artificial island of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.
The car is regarded as one of the fastest, most expensive and luxurious supercars in the world.
It’s the same one which he used to taunt eco-activist Greta Thunberg, in which shared pictures of himself with a pizza on Twitter came just days before he was arrested.
Tate's mansion – which backs onto a golf course and has a view of the city – was reportedly bought in the summer of 2022.
It has six bedrooms, a pool, a gym, and a home cinema covered in posters of James Bond.
Romania's National Agency for the Management of Seized Assets have now made requests to authorities in Dubai.
Should Tate be convicted, it is believed they will be auctioned off.
Meanwhile, a woman who worked as a web cam girl for Tate alleged he strangled her until she passed out.
The woman, who’s now helping the prosecution, told the BBC she was approached “completely out of the blue” by Tate on Facebook.
Tate said he wanted her to be his girlfriend and persuaded her to visit him in Romania then to work as a webcam girl.
She even described how she was pressured to get a tattoo of Tate's name on her arm.
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The Tates have now hired as their lawyer Tina Glandian, who has represented disgraced stars Chris Brown, Mike Tyson and Jussie Smollett.
Andrew and Tristan Tate both deny all allegations against them.
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