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Could Andrew Tate face a Jeffrey Epstein-style end?


Controversial British-American influencer Andrew Tate, who was arrested alongside his brother Tristan and is believed to be held in Romania for 30 days, could be put on suicide watch to avoid the fate of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein, the financier who has long been dogged by sex abuse and trafficking charges, allegedly killed himself in a jail cell, prompting federal investigations into why he was not being watched more closely and sparking the wrath of his accusers, who said they hoped to have his crimes. broadcast in open court.

Tate was taken into custody alongside his brother Tristan on Thursday as part of an investigation into allegations of human trafficking and rape, which they categorically deny. Authorities suspect the couple, along with two Romanian men, of leading “an organized criminal group”.

Outside of court, the Tates’ lawyer, Eugen Vidineac, said they would appeal the detention. “We are not at a stage where guilt or innocence is proven, for now we are only discussing preventive measures,” he added.

Tate would face “guards who abuse inmates” in a “cockroach infested hell”.

The Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment revealed conditions in “cockroach-infested cells”, saying “material conditions in all the prisons visited were generally poor”.

There are speculations and rumors that the former professional kickboxer could suffer the same fate as Epstein given the prison conditions.

According to The Mirror, “With dilapidated cells, lacking in amenities (storage spaces, tables and chairs), and mattresses and bedding worn out and infested with bed bugs and cockroaches. Many complaints have been received about access very limited to hot water as well as due to insufficient heating of the cells in winter.

“The report details several allegations of physical ill-treatment, including sexual abuse by staff, and raises serious concerns about the lack of recording of injuries by the health service and the inability to effectively investigate the injuries. allegations.”

On the other hand, Tate posted another tweet following the announcement of his detention in Romania, saying, “My unparalleled insight coupled with absolute tirelessness makes me a feared adversary in every field of human endeavour. .”

He also added, “For every domain closed by the Matrix, we have dozens ready to replace it.” The end of Tate’s tweet also included a link to her Hustlers University course.

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