Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate has threatened to sue an accuser for $300 million

By Olivia Richman

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Feb 18, 2023

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Andrew Tate has remained active on social media while in custody during a human trafficking and rape investigation. Now, Tate is threatening to sue one of his accusers for $300 million.

Tate was first arrested in December 2022, with Romanian authorities stating that the red pill podcaster was being investigated along with his brother as part of a human trafficking ring. While in past interviews, Tate was quite candid about his method for convincing women to do sex work for him without pay, he has continued to take to Twitter while in custody to declare his innocence.

Despite these claims, Tate’s detention has been extended multiple times as the investigation continues. Tate has tweeted that they won’t find any evidence, which his fans have also started saying in his defense. But many women have come forward to accuse Tate of rape and abuse. Even the women that were sharing testimony in defense of Tate were found to be “brainwashed” by the court.

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Now, Tate is claiming that some of the accusers are guilty of defamation and is threatening legal action against one of them, according to BBC.

An anonymous woman who previously came forward to share her experience with Tate recently received a “cease and desist” letter from Tate’s legal team. According to her own legal team, the letter states that Tate will sue her and her parents for $300 million if she doesn’t retract her statements.

BBC received a redacted version of the letter, which read: “In April 2022, you falsely stated to a third party that our Client human trafficked you, abused you, and held you against your will […]. You have repeated false and defamatory statements to the police, the media, and another United States citizen about the Tate brothers.”

Currently, Tate’s legal team has denied intimidating the female victim. Instead, legal advisor Tina Glandian stated, the brothers are “pursuing their legal rights.”

The woman’s legal team has not responded to the threats thus far, and it’s unclear how the situation will play out. For now, Tate will remain in custody as the investigation into the human trafficking ring continues.

To cope with the ongoing detainment, Tate continues to tweet from prison. He recently claimed he “may be killed,” alarming his fans and amusing his critics.

Is Andrew Tate being framed?

Recently, fans of the Top G have been whispering about “verified messages” that have been leaked, which allegedly show women conspiring to frame Tate.

The photos show a transcription of leaked messages the women sent back and forth on WhatsApp. The texts show the women claiming they “practiced” their confessions, planning to “play dumb” and “pull some tears out.” After the first raid, the women allegedly say they deserve an Oscar.

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In response to the pages of texts, Tate fans have continued to claim his innocence and have even promised him that he will be free soon.

So far, no official authorities have made any statements about the alleged leaked texts.