Andrew Tate shares future plans in emotional speech after release
Figure of popular controversy On Friday, Andrew Tate was freed from prison and made his first public statement, in which he said he holds no grudges and is confident that the truth will eventually emerge. They have been sentenced to house detention, along with his sibling Tristan and two other associates.
Human slavery and rape accusations have kept 36-year-old Tate in jail for the past three months, but he has yet to be formally charged with any crime.
“I’m a little bit emotional,” Tate admitted. I’ve been in one room since last year so it’s a little bit emotional. I wanna give respect to the judges who heard us today because they were very attentive and they listened to us.
“I have no resentment in my heart for the country of Romania or anybody else. I just believe in the truth. I believe in God and that the fire of truth will eventually burn the lies.”
Tate continued by stating he has nothing to hide and is confident the judge will clear him.
The social media star also shared his immediate plans for after his freedom from prison.
In prison, Tate completed 7,417 push-ups. “I want to get to 10,000 before the end of the week.”
When a court decided to prolong Tate’s arrest for a fourth time, for another 30 days, Tate filed an appeal and won.
Tate was vindicated by the Bucharest Court of Appeal, but he will stay under house arrest while the probe proceeds.
Tate gave his statement in front of a cheering, supportive audience as he cried out for freedom.
Top G was shouted, and they showered Tate with affection. When a supporter urged Tate to keep going, the ex-kickboxer replied that he was born tough.
Tate gained a large following in the year leading up to his arrest by sharing his sensationalist, mystical views on a wide range of subjects in the media.
His network of followers expanded thanks to the MLM business he operated.