Andrew Tate is indicted on human trafficking and rape charges in Romania

Social media celebrity Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are indicted on human trafficking and rape charges in Romania.

The allegations: Prosecutors accuse the Tate brothers of luring seven women to their properties in Romania through false promises of romantic relationships since 2021, resulting in sexual exploitation and forced pornographic videos.
* One woman was allegedly repeatedly raped in March 2022.
* The defendants allegedly used intimidation, constant surveillance, and conjuring of debts to control the victims.

Current status: The Tate brothers and two Romanian co-defendants are under house arrest, and the case is in the hands of the Bucharest Tribunal, which will decide the next step in resolving the case.
* No trial date has been set yet.

Confiscation of assets: DIICOT recommends confiscating properties, 15 luxury cars, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in currency and cryptocurrency from the defendants.
* Andrew Tate denies the charges and suggests the investigation was motivated by other reasons.

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