One of the most talked about news since late last year was about the imprisonment of Andrew Tate. To date, it remains one of the most long-drawn saga which still remains without a definitive conclusion. However, in the midst of all this, Andrew has decided to revisit his prison.
Previously, Andrew and his brother Tristan Tate were arrested on numerous charges late last year. Then, on March 31 this year, the brothers were released and put on house arrest. Moreover, with investigations unable to bring forth any incriminating evidence, Tate’s house arrest has also been revoked. As such, Andrew and his brother are currently under judicial supervision, meaning that they are only limited to the borders of Romania.
I’M GOING BACK TO JAIL.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) August 11, 2023
In the meantime, Andrew, who has been grateful for the simpler things in life recently, has made an interesting decision. Taking to Twitter, Andrew revealed that he would be spending 24 hours inside a re-creation of his jail inside the Romanian prison. “On August 12, Saturday at 10 pm Romanian Time. I will spend 24 hours inside a re-creation of my experience in Jail. No phones, No freedom”. The event will be live-streamed on Andrew Tate’s Rumble account.
Whilst it is not yet clear why Tate has decided to do this, he has often spoken about his jail experience. Surrounded by dirt, cockroaches, and the sound of screams, Andrew has often painted a grim picture of his prison life. In what will likely be a vis-a-vis representation of his prison cell, Tate hopes to show the people what he had to endure for 92 days.
Andrew Tate started a charity to protect falsely accused men
For the most part, it is understandable why Tate is such a controversial character. Be it his divisive opinions, his outspoken personality, or the rumors surrounding him, it has garnered the kickboxer a lot of attention. Thus, not only does he have his well-wishers and supporters, but he also has a lot of haters and people that disagree with him.
Regardless, Tate has done his part in trying to create positive change in the world. Recently, Andrew even reached out to N3ON, a Twitch streamer that piled abuse on him. For those unaware, the young streamer was jumped and harassed by masked men. Despite his disrespectful behavior, Tate offered to train and help the 18-year-old overcome the situation. Similarly, owing to his massive wealth, Tate has also done numerous charitable acts.
There are hundreds of high-profile cases of men suffering from false accusations.
There are thousands of untold stories of normal men having their lives destroyed.
I am launching a charity to protect men from this predatory evil.
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) August 4, 2023
One of the first things Tate did after his release was reveal his plans for a charity to help falsely accused men. According to Tate, rich and influential males are often falsely accused of things that they did not do. This results in a lot of financial trouble and public humiliation for men, who sometimes have done no wrong. In a previous tweet, Andrew stated, “I will be donating 100 million to start a charity to protect men from false accusations.”
Notably, this is one of Tate’s many charitable acts. As it turns out, Andrew also runs a shelter for dogs in Romania and also built an orphanage. Moreover, Tate also started a foundation to defend women from domestic abuse and one that helps men overcome mental conditions.