Andrew Tate prosecution files lay bare details of how he 'coerced women into sex'

Andrew Tate gestures towards the media before delivering a press statement outside his house in Voluntari, Ilfov, Romania

Andrew Tate gestures towards the media before delivering a press statement outside his house in Voluntari, Ilfov, Romania

Jack Walters

By Jack Walters

Published: 23/08/2023

- 13:03

The controversial social media star is facing charges for human trafficking, forming an organised criminal group and rape

Evidence compiled against Andrew Tate by Romanian prosecutors has revealed key details about the allegations made against the kickboxer-turned-influencer.

Andrew Tate, 36, allegedly "coerced women into sexual acts" and even left one woman with eye and breast injuries.

His brother Tristan Tate, 35, also appears to say he will "slave these b*****s" in transcribed audio messages.

The transcript claimed: "Mainly I'm going to slave these b*****s […] I'm going to make them work even more hours and hours and hours.. I work these b*****s like slaves. […] SLAVE work. Minimum 10 or 12 hours a day."

Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate handcuffedAndrew Tate, his brother Tristan and two associates are under investigation following human trafficking claimsReuters

The Tates are facing trial in Romania for human trafficking and forming an organised criminal group with two other defendants.

Andrew, who rose to notoriety following a series of viral social media videos, is also facing a charge of rape.

The defendants deny all charges brought against them.

Evidence compiled by prosecutors in a 300-page document was written in Romanian but has been re-translated to English by the BBC.


Andrew Tate during an appearance on GB NewsTate, 36, has been labelled the 'King of Toxic Masculinity'GB News

It is yet to be verified whether the messages had been accurately transcribed or whether they were sent by the defendants as claimed.

The original evidence was not included in the summary dossier.

However, the file includes testimony from what prosecutors claim are several women who lived in a building near the Tates’ home on the outskirts of Bucharest.

The women allege the defendants controlled income from online pornographic content, accounts and passwords.

Andrew Tate has denied any wrongdoing

Andrew Tate has denied any wrongdoing


Georgiana Naghel, one of the Tates' two Romanian co-defendants, is accused of controlling the OnlyFans cash.

Andrew Tate regularly used insults such as "b***h" and "w***e".

An alleged rape victim claimed the 36-year-old told her to take her clothes off while keeping her shoes on.

Tate, who allegedly then "slapped her across the face", was also accused of holding her head during sex to the point that she felt unable to reject him.

Andrew Tate and his brother TristanAndrew Tate and his brother Tristan have been accused of forming a criminal gang to exploit six women sexually.Reuters

The case involving the Tates has been covered by the international press and Romania’s Organised Crime Unit confirmed it was continuing to investigate possible crimes of trafficking in minors and money laundering connected to the case.

However, no suspects have been formally identified as of yet.

The Tates’ lawyers are expected to challenge the prosecution evidence in a pre-trial hearing later this month.

The defendants could challenge the material during the trial and some of the evidence could even be deemed inadmissible.

It is possible the brothers may dispute that they made these statements and contest their accuracy or context.

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