Former kickboxer and social media influencer Andrew Tate is sitting in a Romanian prison
right now after he was arrested on Dec. 29, 2022, on suspicion of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organized crime group. And new evidence
suggests he was framed
Along with his brother Tristan and two other alleged partners, Tate had been under investigation since April after at least six women came forward with claims that they had been sexually exploited. Here is what prosecutors had to say about the matter:
"The four suspects ... appear to have created an organized crime group with the purpose of recruiting, housing and exploiting women by forcing them to create pornographic content meant to be seen on specialized websites for a cost. They would have gained important sums of money."
Sounds scummy, right? Well, apparently it was all a frame job. The Twitter account @ShaykhSulaiman (Sulaiman Ahmed) tweeted "verified messages" that were leaked, showing that the women accusing Tate and his cadre of criminal activity set the whole thing up to frame him.
"They manipulated the Tates into believing they loved them & framed them by involving the embassy SHORTLY after arriving."
(Related: Last fall, Andrew Tate was banned from social media
for exposing the covid scamdemic and telling the world that men are being disenfranchised in today's society.)
Female accusers discussed acting and shedding fake tears before reporting the Tates for alleged criminal activity
Immediately upon their arrival to Romania on April 6 of last year, the United States women called the U.S. embassy to frame Tate. This prompted one of the women's moms to tell her to "go to hell."
"The whole AMERICAN EMBASSY is on alert because of you," she said to the girl, named Emma.
Apparently the plot was pre-planned long in advance to target and take out the Tate brothers. Before the Tates even would have had the chance to traffic these women, these women were plotting their escape after notifying the embassy.
"We have MADE the brothers believe we are in love," one of the girls wrote.
"Tristan doesn't really care if I LEAVE," wrote another.
"They think we will run back," said another.
The group chat in which all these women were conversing via Whats App included correspondence about the fake performance they planned to give before the authorities to ensure the Tates would get locked up as planned.
"You are a good actress," one, named Aliona, said.
"I practiced," responded Emma.
"Play Dumb," Aliona then said in response.
"I'm going to pull some tears out."
Just one day before Tate's properties in Bucharest were raided, the girls joked about needing and OSCAR for their performance.
"Saying [sic] a nice message saying we are hurt or s*** like that and we do love them," the girls discussed.
"We are writing a movie ASAP," Emma joked amid the conversation.
"Lets [sic] email Netflix ASAP," Aliona then said.
"Hulu, Amazon Prime," Emma brainstormed.
The @ShaykhSulaiman Twitter account claims to have personally verified the authenticity of these message. There is a time stamp issue in some of the screenshots but the account says these are "due to a glitch / download issue."
"If these were doctored then fake times would have been created to stop any contentions," the account further explained. "But it was important that no one changed the original document."
To recap, the girls brainwashed the Tates into believing they loved them. Then they framed the men by calling the U.S. embassy and reporting them before planning their escape and discussing the potential to turn the whole performance into a movie.
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