Andrew Tate complains about jail conditions including cockroaches, lice, and bed bugs
Andrew Tate is being jailed in a Romanian prison on charges that he and three others formed “an organized crime gang with the intention of recruiting, housing, and exploiting women by forcing them to make pornographic videos intended for viewing on specialized websites for a fee.” Tate has been granted the privilege of engaging with supporters. Prison life, bugs, and a lack of natural light all make appearances in his first letter after his detention.
The former kickboxer and social media star, along with his brother Tristan and two other Romanian nationals, have been detained. Tate’s possible involvement in the rape and sex trafficking allegations is currently being investigated.
The Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism reportedly sent a statement to the BBC stating that its detectives had identified six victims of “an organized criminal cell.” The survivors were “recruited” by deception and were subsequently compelled to engage in pornography out of fear.
Tate has reportedly told supporters in a letter that he has learned “everyday lessons from an unfair incarceration,” according to LadBible. Apparently, he complained that the jail authorities were “trying to break” him by placing him in solitary confinement and turning out the lights. He went on to say that his jail cell was infested with “cockroaches, lice, and bed bugs.”