Andrew Tate’s hate-filled statement to cops about ‘jealous women punishing him’ revealed after jail release

ANDREW Tate released a hateful statement to police about “jealous women punishing him” after he was released from prison.

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Tate hits back "jealous women" in a statement to the Romanian police


Tate hits back at “jealous women” in a statement to Romanian policeCredit: AFP
Tate posted a video of him smoking a cigar


Tate posted a video of him smoking a cigar

Statement translated from Romanian and viewed in legal documents Sunday Times revealed that Tate said that “women understand how to use the justice system to punish men”.

He added: ‘I think these words against me are made by jealous women who know nothing and just ask me for money to go shopping.

The controversial influencer who went straight to his phone after he was released posted a series of bizarre posts on TwitterInclude Strange quotes seem about love and war.

The former kickboxer tweeted a photo with the quote: “She said: when will we meet? I said: after a year and a fight.

Disgraced Tate hints at romance in cryptic 'war' messages after prison release
Disgraced Andrew Tate shares bizarre quote on Twitter after release

“She said: when will the war end? I said the time we met.”

He previously shared a cryptic message that read: “We must defeat Shaytan.”

Shortly after his release from prison, he tweeted: “I win. No tears.”

He told reporters outside his home: “Finally free! I’m a little excited,” Romanian news agency reported. cancan.

“I only believe in the truth… I believe that in the end justice will prevail and there is no chance that I will be convicted for something I did not do.”

Influencers also posted a bizarre clip of myself pacing and smoking a cigar.

“Absolute clarity of mind. Real thinking. Real planning. Vibrant pain,” he said, referring to his time behind bars.

Tate and his brother tristan returned to their lavish home in Pipera, Voluntari, in Bucharest on Friday after they were released from prison and placed under house arrest.

The duo as well as their two alleged accomplices – Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu were released after appealing the decision to extend their detention for another 30 days.

Ramona Bolla, spokeswoman for Romaniaof the organized crime agency, said all four would be under house arrest until April 29.

They were ordered to stay in buildings where they live – unless they have permission from court leave.

Tate and Tristan were detained on December 29 as part of an investigation into trafficking and rape allegations by Romanian police.

they are accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and convince them to travel to £600,000 mansion suburban Romaniacapital of.

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Two brothers are accused of falsely claiming to be in love with young girls, before making them perform sexual acts on webcam.

Both have denied any wrongdoing and have fought for their release ever since.

Two brothers released from prison on Friday


Two brothers released from prison on FridayCredit: AP


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