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Andrew Tate appears in Romanian court to face rape and human trafficking charges

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Controversial influencer Andrew Tate (2ndR) arrives at the Municipal Court of Bucharest, Romania, on June 21, 2023. (Photo by DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP via Getty Images) Andrew Tate, a social media personality known for expressing misogynistic views online, appeared Wednesday at a court in Romania, where prosecutors have charged him with rape, human trafficking and forming a criminal gang to exploit women.Tate and his brother, Tristan, who is also charged with the offenses, arrived Wednesday at a court in the capital Bucharest, flanked by six bodyguards.Prosecutors have also filed charges against two Romanian women in the case.

Romania's anti-organized crime agency alleged that the four defendants formed a criminal group in 2021 "in order to commit the crime of human trafficking" in Romania as well as the United States and Britain.READ MORE: Andrew Tate, brother charged with rape and human trafficking in RomaniaThe agency alleged that seven female victims were misled and transported to Romania, where they were sexually exploited and subjected to physical violence by the gang.

One defendant is accused of raping a woman twice in March 2022, according to the statement.Tate, 36, has resided in Romania since 2017.

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