Andrew Tate forced to stay in Romanian hell hole prison cell for another 30 days

Disgraced influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan have had their jail time extended by 30 days.

The pair are being held in Romania on charges of human trafficking, rape, and organised crime.

Meanwhile, two women closely associated with the self described misogynist have been released on strict bail conditions.

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Tate, 36, has now been in custody for more than 50 days as police probe allegations he coerced victims into creating paid pornography.

He and Tristan were arrested on December 29 at their luxury complex just outside Bucharest, the Romanian capital.

The pair of women who were arrested with them are Luana Radu, 32, and a former police officer, and Andrew's model lover Georgiana Naghel, 28.

Both women have now been released with strict conditions.

Tate told the court he is "being held in custody to make me mentally ill" and accused the Romanian authorities of trying to pressure him into a guilty plea.

It comes as Tate published an outburst online where he said inmates fight with guards in Romanian prison, which he likened to a "animal house."

In an email to his legion of fans, he said: "In jail, where distractions are so limited, emotions become the entertainment of choice for most.

"Inmates enjoy feeling anger. I've seen men fight the guards for pure fun."

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Tate previously complained of the conditions inside the prison, saying cockroaches and lice were his "only friends".

The brothers are accused of using social media to traffic women to their mansion for sex.

Once at the complex, they were forced to film porn videos and were kept under 24/7 house arrest, investigators allege.

The Tate brothers deny all charges against them.

Andrew Tate was the most googled person in the world in 2022, having become especially popular among young and disenfranchised men.

He has in the past said that victims of sexual harassment share responsibility for the crimes committed against them, and has been accused of multiple rapes.

He recently threatened to sue a woman who accused him of trafficking for £249million to "shut down" the case against him.

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