Three women sue Andrew Tate in the UK


British-American influencer Andrew Tate, known for his misogynistic statements, is also threatened with legal consequences in Britain over new allegations of abuse. Three women accuse Tate of sexual assault and want to sue him for damages under civil law, the “Guardian” and “Sky News” broadcaster reported on Thursday, citing the plaintiffs and the law firm in charge. . A Tate spokesman said the 36-year-old vehemently denied all the allegations.

The women, two of them in their 20s and one in her 30s, accuse Tate of sexually abusing and violently treating them between 2013 and 2016, among other things.

The objective of the lawsuit is, on the one hand, to seek justice and reparation for the alleged victims and “to promote a criminal investigation into Tate’s crimes in the United Kingdom, with the hope that he will be accused and sentenced in the United Kingdom in addition to charges in Romania”. , said the law firm McCue Jury & Partners, according to the “Guardian”.

House arrest in Romania

After three months in custody in Bucharest, Andrew Tate and several suspected accomplices were released a few weeks ago and placed under house arrest. Tate is also accused of sexually exploiting young women.

A spokesman for Andrew Tate criticized the fact that the planned British lawsuit was first made public through the media before he or his legal advisers heard about it.

Andrew Tate rose to fame in 2016 when he was kicked off Britain’s Big Brother show after a video broke of him beating a woman with a belt. He now has millions of followers on social media, where he continues to make misogynistic statements.

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