Andrew Tate Complains about Cockroaches and No Natural Light in First Email from Prison

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Andrew Tate has complained about his grim experience in prison.

This follows KSI calling the influencer “cringey” as he asked fans to stop worshipping the former kickboxer.

KSI told BBC Newsbeat:

“I don’t want people to worship me. I don’t want this Top G title,”

He also called Tate’s references to ‘The Matrix’ as “cringey”.

“I don’t care about this whole matrix stuff or whatever,”

“I don’t want people to worship me. I don’t want this Top G title,”

The Bucharest Court of Appeal recently heard an appeal against the pretrial detention of Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate, who are currently being investigated for human trafficking, rape, and organized crime.

In a tweet posted on Thursday, Tate wrote:

“Pitch black surrounded by cockroaches. Unable to sleep, I hunt in the dark. I await daybreak to count my kills.”

YouTube account Fesify reported that the influencer has sent his first email newsletter from prison, which reads:

“I will send you my daily lessons from an unjust imprisonment.

“They’re trying to break me. Thrown inside a cell without light.

“Cockroaches, lice and bed bugs, are my only friends at night.

“When the guards bring me to and from the courtroom, I stay absolutely respectful.

“They try to pour hatred into my heart. But please and thank you, you stick with me at all times.

“Our prison guards are just performing their jobs, they have families to feed in times of hardship. Do not forget your manners.

“They are trying to break my iron mind with unjust imprisonment. My absolute respect for everyone around me is my act of absolute rebellion.

“They cannot break me.”

The brothers, along with two women, were arrested on December 29th and have been in pretrial detention for the past 12 days, following a judge’s decision to extend their arrest period from 24 hours to 30 days.

In the courtroom, the brothers arrived handcuffed together, with Andrew carrying the Qur’an in his right hand. This action drew attention and mixed reactions on social media, with some praising him while others questioned his intentions.

Their defense argued for the brothers’ release, citing that they have small children in Romania, but the judge ultimately upheld the 30-day detention period.

The judge cited the risk of the brothers potentially evading investigations and the possibility that they could “leave Romania and settle in countries that do not allow extradition.”

Both Andrew and his brother Tristan have denied the accusations against them.

Andrew Tate, 36, is a misogynistic influencer known for his controversial and offensive content on social media. The Tate brothers have also been in the news recently due to the confiscation of their cars by Romania’s organized crime agency, DIICOT.

A total of 15 cars have been confiscated from the brothers thus far.

Andrew was reportedly taken to the hospital over the weekend, after his lawyer revealed that he has a medical condition. While the nature of his medical condition remains undisclosed, it is unclear how this will impact the ongoing legal proceedings.

It is a serious matter that both brothers were arrested and being investigated for charges such as human trafficking, rape, and organized crime. The police and the courts have made their decision on the case based on the evidence presented, and it is important to allow the legal system to carry out its investigations and procedures.

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