Trial for Rape and Human Trafficking will take Place in Romania for Andrew Tate and his Brother Tristan

A Romanian court has decided to proceed with the trial of notorious influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan.

The lawyers representing the couple said they will file an appeal, and the Bucharest court has not yet scheduled a trial date.

The charges against Andrew Tate, 37, and Tristan, 35, which they both deny, including rape, human trafficking, and organising a criminal gang, led to their arrest in December of last year.

Due to suspected sexual offences, the online celebrities are also wanted in the UK.

The Tate brothers, who hold dual US and UK citizenship, are charged with abusing women through an adult entertainment company that the prosecution claims was run like a criminal organisation.

Seven accused victims were mentioned in an indictment released in June of last year, which also named two female Romanian acquaintances with the brothers.

Self-described misogynist Andrew Tate was previously barred from social media for sharing misogynistic opinions.

He has stated time and time again that there is a plot to silence him and that Romanian prosecutors lack any proof against him.

However, the Bucharest court declared on Friday that the case would move on since it satisfied the legal requirements.

Eugen Vidineac, the boys’ principal attorney, declared that the decision “lacks legal basis and reasoning.”

“We have filed a strong appeal as we believe the ruling to be unlawful.”

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