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Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Adin Ross is 1 of the 5 people allowed to visit Andrew Tate

Adin Ross is 1 of the 5 people allowed to visit Andrew Tate..

Despite Andrew Tate and his brother being investigated on allegations of human trafficking and rape, it has not stopped his fanatical, and youthful, supporters in Greece from staging a protest for him in the capital.

Dozens of teenagers walked through Ermou Street, the main pedestrian shopping strip of Athens, chanting "Free Top G", a reference to self-described misogynists Andrew Tate.Meanwhile, Romanian authorities said they have seized nearly $4 million worth of assets belonging to controversial internet personality.

Roughly 18 million lei, equivalent to $3,942,700, has been seized, the country’s Asset Recovery and Management Agency (ANABI) said in a press release on Saturday

Among the 29 seized assets are motor vehicles, luxury watches and sums of money in several different currencies, ANABI said.

The seizures were carried out on orders from prosecutors of the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism, according to ANABI.

Video published by Reuters on Saturday shows Romanian authorities at a compound emblazoned with a large “Tate” sign seizing several high-value vehicles, including a Rolls Royce, a BMW and a Mercedes Benz.

Andrew and his brother Tristan Tate were detained in Romania in December as prosecutors pursued claims of human trafficking and rape.

Authorities in Romania said police served search warrants at five homes and took four suspects into custody – two Britons and two Romanians – as part of the investigation.Romania’s Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) said the four suspects had been detained for an initial 24 hours.

A Bucharest court accepted an application by DIICOT to hold Tate and his brother Tristan in custody for a further 30 days, their lawyer Eugen Vidineac said on December 30.

DIICOT alleged that the four suspects formed an organized criminal group that stretched from Romania to Britain and the United States, for the purpose of committing the crime of human trafficking.

The authorities allege that two of the suspects misled the victims “into believing that they intended to enter into a marriage/cohabitation relationship” while transporting victims to Romania and later sexually exploiting them with physical violence and coercion.

Authorities also said one of the suspects raped a victim on two separate occasions in March 2022. At least six victims were allegedly “sexually exploited by the organized criminal group,” the DIICOT statement said.

Tate, a former professional kickboxer, is known for his viral rants online about male dominance, female submission and wealth. He openly advocates violence against women, and had previously been banned from every major social media platform until Elon Musk reinstated his Twitter account after taking over the company.

He rose in prominence earlier this year, with many adults including school teachers voicing alarm about his misogynistic ideas taking root in the minds of countless young boys. Before it was taken down, his TikTok account racked up about 11.6 billion views.

He made headlines the week of his arrest for a Twitter interaction with Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who told Tate to get a life after he tweeted about his numerous cars “and their respective enormous emissions.”

A support march in favor of Andrew Tate took place on Sunday afternoon (15/1) at Syntagma, in Ermou, where hundreds of followers of the organizer, who calls himself "president" and allegedly sells (?) shares through his social media accounts, were found .

Theodoros Krevvatas - this is the name of his YouTube account - made a public call to gather people and support Andrew Tate, detained by the Romanian authorities.

It all started with the accounts of the "President", who counts 16,600 followers on Instagram and has 14,000 subscribers on YouTube. According to him, his Tik Tok accounts are constantly dropping, but he made a call from there referring to Tate as "Andreas", in order to trick the algorithm and prevent the platform from dropping his video - Tate and his affairs have excluded from there.

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