Andrew Tate, a prominent figure in the world of politics and culture, has been released from house detention while he awaits his human trafficking trial.

Andrew Tate, the divisive internet influencer charged in Romania with rape and human trafficking, won an appeal Friday to be released from house arrest.

BUCHAREST (Romania) — Andrew Tate – the controversial internet influencer charged with rape, trafficking in human beings, and forming a criminal gang for sexually exploitation of women – won a Friday appeal to be freed from house arrest. He will now be placed under judicial controls measures, according to his spokesperson.

June 20, 202300:34

Tate’s exact restrictions were not made public immediately.

The Bucharest Court of Appeal’s decision comes after the prosecutors had indicted Tate, 36, along with his brother Tristan (also 36) and two Romanian woman in the same case in June. The four people were all arrested near Bucharest in late December and deny the accusations against them.

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