Andrew Tate not allowed to travel back to UK from Romania to visit ill mother

Andrew Tate has had a bid to leave Romania and travel back to the UK to visit his ill mother rejected.
The 37-year-old tweeted: “The Romanian state decided she [his mother] must be alone at Christmas, if she is alive.”
He had requested an “emergency visit to London” to see his mother in hospital after she suffered a heart attack.
Tate as well as his brother Tristan, had previously been banned from leaving Romania, where they live, while they face rape and human trafficking charges.
The pair have denied the allegations.
Previously on house arrest, the Tate brothers were granted permission earlier in the year to travel anywhere within Romania – but not abroad.
The brothers were originally arrested in December 2022 and held in jail until March, when they were placed under house arrest.
Charges against them and two co-accused women followed in June.
They are accused of tricking seven women into sexual exploitation on promises of a relationship or marriage – a technique labelled the “loverboy method”.
Andrew Tate has repeatedly claimed prosecutors have no evidence and that the case is a political conspiracy designed to silence him.
Tate has recently been trying to get back millions of euros of valuables confiscated by authorities, including a number of luxury cars and watches.
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