Andrew Tate's 'luxury villa in Romania is raided by police'

Influencer Andrew Tate is arrested in human trafficking probe at his luxury villa in Romania after PIZZA BOX in his video clap-back at Greta Thunberg gave away his location

  • Tate’s home was raided in April this year as part of a trafficking investigation 
  • The social media personality lives with his brother Tristan Tate in the country
  • Search warrants were issued in connection to an ongoing investigation into an organized criminal group, human trafficking and rape, Romanian police said

Andrew Tate has been arrested in Romania after police raided his luxury home in connection to a human trafficking investigation. 

The prolific social media personality, 36, had his villa searched by police on Thursday, Romanian outlet Libertatea reported.

Andrew – who was detained alongside his brother Tristan – will face questioning by the country’s organized crime and terrorism unit, the outlet said. 

It’s believed that his online spat with Greta Thunberg was the reason he was arrested – after posed alongside a Romanian pizza box, which proved to authorities that he was still in the country. 

Chicago-born Tate has been branded ‘the king of toxic masculinity’ for his online diatribes against women, which have gained him notoriety in the last year. 

Andrew Tate, the prolific social media personality, had his house raided, according to local media. He was arrested and taken for questioning, and will be detained for 24 hours, media in Romania said

Police released footage of one of the raids – believed to be at Tate’s front door. Cops refused to name their suspects however multiple Romanian media outlets say that Andrew Tate was among those arrested 

Just yesterday, Tate released a video of himself after getting into a Twitter fight with eco-activist Greta Thunberg

Romanian Police, who have purposely obscured the footage’s clarity to conceal the suspect’s identity, recorded the raids on Thursday

Andrew Tate’s Eastern European home was also raided in April this year as part of a human trafficking investigation. 

He has previously said that ’40 percent’ of the reason he moved to Romania was because the police were less likely to pursue any sexual assault allegations against him.  

In a press release on Thursday, DICCOT – Romania’s police, crime, and investigation unit – said that they had raided five homes after obtaining search warrants.

The warrants were issued in connection to an ongoing investigation into an organized criminal group, human trafficking and rape.

Andrew Tate shot to fame this year for his unruly judgments on women. He was previously banned from TikTok and Twitter. He regular shares photos of himself travelling in private jets

Victims were ‘recruited by two British citizens’ who were later transported and housed in buildings in Ilfov county, police said. They did not name the suspects.

The women were then subject to ‘physical violence and mental coercion’ and were ‘sexually exploited by group members by forcing them to perform pornographic demonstrations pornographic for the purpose of producing and disseminating through social media platforms.’

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Police say a total of six victims have so far come forward claiming they were sexually exploited by the organized criminal group. 

Cops did not name the men whose homes were raided in Romania. 

They said that the four men were taken for questioning on Thursday, and police ordered the suspects to be detained for a period of 24 hours.  

Born in Chicago, Illinois, but brought up in Luton, England, Tate has garnered a dubious reputation over his various business activities. 

Together with his brother Tristan, he allegedly set up a webcam business in Romania in which young models told sob stories to unsuspecting male viewers.

Despite previously saying that the site was ‘a total scam’, Tate claims to have made millions from it.

Just yesterday, Tate found himself in hot water after getting into a Twitter spat with eco-activist Greta Thunberg.

He called her out – and shared a photo of himself filling up his Bugatti supercar, asking her to send him her email address so he could detail the ‘enormous emissions’ his gas-guzzling performance cars spewed out.

Tate tweeted on Tuesday: ‘Hello Greta Thunberg. I have 33 cars. My Bugatti has a w16 8.0L quad-turbo. My TWO Ferrari 812 competizione have 6.5L v12s. This is just the start. Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and its enormous emissions.’ 

Tate (pictured) is a prolific social media personality – who boasts his lavish lifestyle online

Just yesterday, Tate found himself in hot water after getting into a Twitter spat with eco-activist Greta Thunberg (pictured)

Miss Thunberg issued a brutal comeback in a tweet to her 4.9million followers yesterday, saying: ‘Yes, please do enlighten me. Email me at smalld***[email protected]’ 

Tate first came to prominence when he appeared on Big Brother in 2016, but was removed from the program after a video surfaced online which appeared to show him attacking a woman with a belt – a clip he claimed had been edited. 

Since then, he has gained further notoriety for a string of comments about women, including suggesting that they ‘bear some responsibility’ if they are assaulted – an incident which led to him being banned from Twitter. 

This is a breaking news story. 

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