Web logo  UseSymbol

Who is Andrew Tate?

Andrew Tate (Full name: Emory Andrew Tate III) born on December 1, 1986 is a British-American social media personality, businessman, mentor, and former professional kickboxer.He along with his brother Tristan Tate was born to Emory Tate in Washington, D.C. He stood 6 ft 3 in (1.9 m) and weighs 205 lb. (93 kg).Tate was raised in the Christian faith but later identified as atheist.By early 2022, he identified as a Christian again.In October 2022, Tate said he converted to Islam after a video of him praying at a mosque in Dubai went viral.During his Martial arts career, he won 76 (out of 85) kickboxing records and 2 (out of 3).

How do Andrew Tate earn?

ASSESTS of Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate Arrested in 2015 HERE!

Andrew Tate Arrested in 2022

Andrew Tate Arrested 2023

On April 11, 2022

A man reported the U.S. embassy that his former girlfriend, an American citizen, was being held against her will in the Tates' home in Romania.

After being tipped off by the U.S. Embassy. The Romanian police raided the home, and a nearby webcam studio where they found 4 women- Two of them were American and another Romanian woman.

In rem jurisdiction was sparked after the women told the police they were being held against their will

Aug 25, 2022

In an interview with Tucker Carlson, Tate denied his act of helding the women as captive and marking the raid as an act of “swatting”.

Nov 18, 2022

Andrew returned to Twitter.

A five-year ban of Tate's Twitter account was ended after Elon Musk became the owner of Twitter in October.

Twitter Image

Dec 27, 2022

Tate provoked a war of words on Twitter with a 19-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg after he shared a picture of himself standing next to a Bugatti on Twitter.

On the Tweet he also said he had 33 cars and that was just a start.

He even asked Greta her email address so he could send a complete list of his car collection and their respective enormous emission.


Dec 28, 2022

To that tweet Greta Thunberg responded Greta writing, “yes, please do enlighten me at (a fake email address) — “smalld! [email protected]” — and later that day, Tate posted a response video showing him smoking a cigar sitting next to two pizza boxes — which he vowed not to recycle — attacking her climate activism.

Dec 29, 2022

Romanian authorities arrested both Tate brothers and two women for a 24-hour period.

All four are suspected of human trafficking and one of them is suspected of rape.

DIICOT-Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism accuses the Tate’s with "lover boy" method- a method of misrepresenting one's intention to commit to a romantic relationship and forcing them to create explicit content for online market. Six potential victims were identified by DIICOT.

Social media rumors linked Andrew Tate's arrest to pizza boxes (Address) shown in his response video to Greta Thunberg.

Dec 30, 2022

After an initial 24-hour pre-trial detention, A Romanian judge approved prosecutors’ request to prolong their detention by 30 days. Appealing is done by Tate and the other suspects.

January 4, 2023

The fall of Tate's materialistic Empire.

Romanian authorities seized assets that belonged to the Tate brothers or their companies which include 15 cars and more than 10 properties, as well as watches and sums of money.

Authorities are investigating whether the properties were purchased with money made from human trafficking.

January 5, 2023

Two potential victims testified against the suspects joining the case as civil parties.

January 10, 2023

The appeal of the extension by The Tate’s was rejected on January 10.

Bucharest court rejected appeal forcing Tate’s to stay in the country while the investigate is continued.

January 20, 2023

Romanian court extended the brothers' pre-trial detention for another 30 days until February 27

Authorities are investigating on human trafficking and organized crime. The court's order was based on a desire to safeguard the investigation and to avoid the Tate’s leaving the country.

January 25, 2023

At Romania's organized crime unit Andrew said reporters the case against him was "empty" and "they know we have done nothing wrong"

February 1, 2023

The Bucharest Court of Appeal rejected the decision (requested by the suspects) to extend his detention once again, upholding their detention until February 27.

Tina Glanding, an attorney of the legal team released a public statement stating that the situation is a "violation of international human rights"

February 21, 2023

A Romanian court extended Tate and his brother’s detention for another 30 days.

Their lawyer said to challenge another extension.

March 14, 2023

Tate was denied bail for a third time.

Related Articles