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Police investigating Andrew Tate sex allegations carry out fresh raids across Romania

Police investigating Andrew Tate sex allegations carry out fresh raids across Romania, seizing files and computer equipment from the social media star’s properties

  • Police have seized computers and paperwork from properties across Romania
  • Home of Romanian kick-boxer and cage fighter Vlad Obu was searched 
  • Tate’s appeal against his 30-day detention was denied earlier this week 

Police investigating sex allegations against controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother have carried out fresh raids across Romania.

In a series of swoops across Bucharest and elsewhere in Romania, police seized paperwork and computer equipment from various properties said to be connected to Tate and his brother Tristan.

It comes as media in the country reported that the British consul had visited the brothers in the prison where they are being held following their arrest last month.

They were held as part of a huge investigation into claims that several women had been trafficked and raped by Luton born Tate and his brother as part of an organised criminal empire.

Police investigating sex allegations against controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother have carried out fresh raids across Romania

A statement issued by the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism said:’ This morning, the prosecutors of DIICOT – Central Structure, in the continuation of the investigations in the case regarding the commission of the crimes of constituting an organized criminal group, human trafficking and rape, implement seven home search warrants, within the radius of Bucharest municipality and Ilfov counties and Prahova.

‘Judicial activities are carried out together with police officers from BCCO Bucharest and SCCO Ilfov.

‘We make it clear that during the entire criminal process, the investigated persons benefit from the procedural rights and guarantees provided by the Code of Criminal Procedure, as well as the presumption of innocence.’

One of the homes searched was that of Romania kick-boxer and cage fighter Vlad Obu with paperwork and computers seized and taken away.

Tate was arrested on December 29 after police raided his bolthole (pictured) on the outskirts of Bucharest

Tate was arrested on December 29 after police raided his bolthole (pictured) on the outskirts of Bucharest

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