Tate brothers remain under house arrest

Magistrates from the Bucharest Court decided on Tuesday that brothers Andrew and Tristan Tate remain under house arrest, in the case in which they are being tried for forming an organized criminal group, human trafficking and rape.

The two young women from Romania, Alexandra-Luana Radu and Georgiana Manuela Naghel, charged in the same case, remain under house arrest.

Tate brothers were sent to court by Romania’s anti-organized crime body DIICOT on June 20, being accused of constituting an organized criminal group, for the purpose of recruitment, accommodation and exploitation, by forcing some women to create materials with pornographic content, intended to be broadcast for a fee on the website profiles. From these activities, the defendants would have obtained important sums of money.

The offenses for which they are being tried in this case brought to the Bucharest Court are the creation of an organized criminal group, continuous human trafficking, continuous rape (two material acts), illegal access to the computer system, alteration of the integrity of computer data, beating or other violence and incitement to this crime.

According to DIICOT, the crime of human trafficking would have been committed both on the territory of Romania, but also in the United States of America and Great Britain.

Investigators claim that brothers Andrew and Tristan Tate picked up young women under the pretext of starting a love relationship, after which they took them to a house in Ilfov County, where they were forced to produce video clips, which were then posted on adult websites.

The two brothers misled young women that they would like a marriage/cohabitation relationship and that they would have real feelings of love for them (the ‘loverboy’ method).

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