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Romania. Andrew Tate and brother Tristan released from house arrest. Court decision

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Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan have been released from house arrest since March. The decision in this case was taken by the court in Bucharest.

On Friday, the appeals court in Bucharest decided to release the controversial influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan from house arrest. The ruling stated that the sentence of house arrest is replaced by judicial supervision for a period of 60 days: from August 4 to October 2.

Andrew Tate – Judicial Supervision

The BBC reports that due to their release, both can move freely around Bucharest, where they live. However, they must report to the police as soon as they are instructed to do so, and inform the officers if they change their address. They are also not allowed to contact their alleged accomplices, witnesses in the case, victims or their families. Breaking the rules could put them under house arrest again.

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The Tate brothers have been under house arrest since March on charges of rape, human trafficking and forming a criminal group to sexually abuse women. They heard the allegations in June, both denied them. Apart from them, two women of Romanian nationality are suspected in the case.

SEE ALSO: The court extended Andrew Tate’s detention for another 30 days

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