- Social-media influencer Andrew Tate was released from a Romanian jail Friday and placed under house arrest. Tate had been held on allegations of sex trafficking, which he denies.
- After losing his first three appeals, Tate was released from a Bucharest lockup after winning his fourth one that challenged a judge’s decision last week to extend his arrest a fourth time for 30 days, said Ramona Bolla, a spokesperson for DIICOT, Romania’s anti-organized crime agency.
- Tate and his three alleged accomplices — including brother Tristan — have not been formally charged. Under Romanian law, they could have been held for 180 days without charge.
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