Andrew Tate has complained of the conditions he is living under in prison as he remains in custody on human trafficking charges. The American-British influencer was arrested in Romania on December 29 , along with his brother, Tristan, and two Romanian nationals, and charged with human trafficking. Initially held for 24 hours, Tate’s detainment was later extended to 30 days, before it was reported that the brothers will remain in detention until February 27. Romanian prosecutors allege that Tate and his brother coerced six women into producing pornography, with the alleged victims facing “acts of physical violence and mental coercion.” It was also widely reported that Tate had been accused of rape. As he remains behind bars, Tate, 36, recently communicated with his website subscribers via an email newsletter, in which he complained of being kept in bleak conditions that included “cockroaches, lice and bed bugs.” “I will send you my daily lessons from unjust imprisonment,” Tate wrote. “They are trying to break me. Thrown inside a cell without light. Cockroaches, lice and bed bugs are my only friends at night. “When the guards bring me to and from the courtroom, I stay absolutely respectful. They try to pour hatred… Read full this story
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