Romanian authorities have seized several high-end vehicles belonging to Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan in connection to their shocking sex trafficking case.
The misogynistic influencer who once said women should take responsibility if they are raped was arrested along with his brother on December 29th. The duo allegedly held six women hostage, forcing them to have sex on camera for subscribers of Tate’s “Hustler University,” which sported over 120,000 subscribers before it was shut down this year. The supposed “university” was promoted as a string of courses that offered “high-income skill development.” However, it mainly was a pyramid scheme that charged users $49.99 and allowed Tate to spew his hate for women, the LGBTQ+ community and promote pornographic content that featured trafficked women.
Among the cars seized from Tate’s Bucharest property this week are a $2.9 million Bugatti Chiron, a Rolls-Royce Wraith, Aston Martin Vanquish S Ultimate, two Ferraris, and a Porsche. The former kickboxer and “Big Brother” contestant flaunted his lavish lifestyle on social media, which prosecutors believe was obtained by forcing women to carry out sex acts. His rumored girlfriend, 28-year-old Georgiana Naghel, is accused of helping “coerce” and “control” the women along with friend Luana Radu, a former policewoman. One of the victims was raped by one of the brothers at least twice back in March 2022, though the police reports don’t specify which one. Each victim is believed to have faced violence during their ordeal.
The seized cars are being held to “sustain the cost of the investigation.” The assets could be used to cover damages for the accusers if the brothers are found guilty.