Andrew Tate Owns a Mansion in Bucharest, Romania

Andrew Tate, a social media personality, is known for promoting misogynistic messages. His views on women have caused him to be banned by many social media networks. He is also accused of human trafficking and rape.

The former world kickboxing champion is also a controversial online influencer. Recently, he got into a Twitter feud with environmental activist Greta Thunberg. In an argument, he suggested that women should “bear the cost” of sexual assault. This led to a suspension of his account by Twitter.

Tate owns a beautiful mansion in Bucharest, Romania. It has 2,000 square meters of living space and is located in one of the city’s most exclusive neighborhoods. A video from the Romanian police shows officers searching through the mansion. They find wads of cash and brass knuckles. Several firearms and cigars are also found.

Although he was arrested in December, it seems that Tate has moved on. According to sources, he plans to move out of the UK and is now in Romania. If he does so, he could face years in prison for human trafficking or other crimes.

While he is known for his misogynistic views, Tate has also shown his support for traditional masculine values. For instance, in one of his videos posted on YouTube five years ago, he said he would relocate to Romania.

Tate’s home has a huge chess board in the main living room. It is in memory of his late father, Emory Tate. There is also a large chandelier and a high-tech home theater. The house features several guest rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Some of the bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes.

Tate has 33 supercars, including a PS5 million Bugatti Chiron. He also has a large collection of guns and cigars. One of his katana-style swords is on display in the bedroom.

He also owns a James Bond-themed glass wardrobe with an array of black jackets. He even has an entire wall dedicated to computers. Despite his controversial views, Tate has managed to garner a huge following on the internet.

During his time on Big Brother, he was booted after a viral video appeared showing him hitting a woman. The footage was later released by the Romanian government. Later on, he was suspended by Twitter for making statements that women should “bear the cost” when it comes to sexual assault.

Besides his property in Bucharest, Tate also owns a secondary mansion. Located on a cul-de-sac, it is believed to have cost him around 28 million dollars.

Despite his controversial views, Tate has been a top search on Google last year. It is unclear what led to his arrest, but it is a possibility that he and his girlfriend may be held for up to 30 days.

The Tate family is under suspicion of organized criminal activity. Their business has been described as a pyramid-selling scheme. As a result, it is vulnerable to state seizure.

Although Tate’s home is a luxurious affair, it is only visible through photos and videos. A recent visit to the house showed him to be under the police’s surveillance.