Controversial online presence A Florida lady is being sued by Andrew Tate and his brother. claiming that she erroneously accused them of imprisoning her in Romania, which resulted in their detention there on suspicion of human trafficking.
Former Kickboxing Champion and Brother Sue for $5 Million Over False Rape and Human Trafficking Accusations
The well-known former kickboxing champion and his brother Tristan are suing for at least $5 million. Against the lady, her parents, and another woman in Palm Beach County. Who was the woman’s male companion and who resided at the Tates’ home in Bucharest.
The Tates assert that the five plotted to accuse them of rape and human trafficking on bogus grounds. Costing them their liberty and millions of dollars in revenue from their successful business, podcasting, and social media endeavours. The complaint was filed in Palm Beach County on Tuesday because it claims that the woman and her parents reside there.
The Tates were detained by Romanian authorities in December, and they were charged last month. Claiming that seven victims were physically abused and coerced into watching pornography by the brothers.
Because she is the alleged victim of sexual assault, neither the lady nor her parents will be identified by The Associated Press. Both the family’s functioning phone numbers and their solicitors are not featured in the court file. While the male companion resides in Virginia, the other woman resides in Great Britain.
Legal Lawsuits Over Alleged Sexual Assaults
The Tates and two Romanian women allegedly created a criminal gang in 2021 “in order to commit the crime of human trafficking” in Romania, the US, and the UK, according to Romanian authorities’ accusation.
For alleged hate speech and sexist remarks, including that women should take responsibility for being sexually raped. Andrew Tate was banned from TikTok, YouTube, and Facebook. With more than 7 million followers on Twitter, many of them young men and schoolchildren, he is still pretty well-liked.
A number of British women are bringing legal lawsuits against Andrew Tate on the grounds that they were sexually assaulted.
In a recent interview with the BBC, Tate refuted claims that he fostered a misogynistic atmosphere and that he used women as bargaining chips.