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

ANDREW Tate made a hate-filled statement to the police about “jealous women punishing him” after his release from prison.

The comment of the disgraced influencer, known for his misogynistic views, follows a series of strange tweets he has posted after his release.

Tate hit back at "jealous women" in a statement to Romanian cops


Tate hit back at “jealous women” in a statement to Romanian copsCredit: AFP
Tate posted a video of himself smoking a cigar


Tate posted a video of himself smoking a cigar

The statement which was translated from Romanian and was in legal documents seen by The Sunday Times revealed that Tate said that “women understand how to use the judiciary system in order to punish men”.

He added: “I think these statements against me are given by those jealous women who know nothing and just ask me for money to go shopping.”

The controversial influencer who went straight to his phone following his release posted a series of strange posts on Twitter, including a bizarre quote apparently about love and war.

The former kickboxer tweeted a picture with the quote: “She says: when are we gonna meet? I say: after a year and a war.

Disgraced Tate hints at romance in cryptic 'war' message after jail release
Disgraced Andrew Tate shares bizarre quote in Twitter rant following release

“She says: when does a war end? I say the time we meet”.

He previously shared a cryptic message which said: “We must defeat Shaytan.”

Straight after his release from jail, he tweeted: “I win. No tears”.

He told reporters outside his home: “Freedom, finally! I’m a little excited,” reports Romanian outlet Cancan.

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“I only believe in the truth… I believe in the end justice will prevail and there is a zero per cent chance that I will be found guilty of something I did not do.” 

The influencer also posted a bizarre shirtless clip of himself pacing back and forth and smoking a cigar.

“Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans. Vivid pain,” he said, in reference to his time behind bars.

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

The duo as well as their two alleged accomplices – Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu were freed after winning an appeal against the decision to extend their incarceration for another 30 days.

Ramona Bolla, a spokesperson for Romania‘s anti-organised crime agency, said all four will remain under house arrest until April 29.

They have been ordered to stay in the buildings where they live – unless they have permission from the courts to leave.

Tate and Tristan were detained on December 29 as part of a probe into human trafficking and rape allegations by Romanian cops.

They are accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and persuading them to travel to their £600,000 villa on the outskirts of Romania‘s capital.

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The brothers would allegedly falsely claim to be in love with the young women, before making them perform sexual acts on webcams.

They have both denied all wrongdoing and have been fighting to be released ever since.

The two brothers were released from prison on Friday


The two brothers were released from prison on FridayCredit: AP

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