Andrew Tate’s Detention Extended: Court Upholds Decision to Keep Him in Jail

Andrew Tate’s lawyer Tina Glandian says their detention without charge violates international human rights law

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan will remain in detention for another month after an appeal against their detention was rejected.

They were arrested last month on suspicion of human trafficking and rape by Romanian police. In January, a judge extended the detention of the British-American influencer and his brother until February 27 – a decision upheld on Wednesday by the Bucharest Court of Appeal.

Tina Glandian, a new US legal adviser to the Tate brothers, claimed their detention without charge for more than 30 days violated international human rights law.

Speaking to reporters before the appeal was dismissed, she alleged that “external pressures” had impacted the case, but declined to explain what those pressures might have been, adding: “Until present, the system has failed”.

The legal expert continued: “The lack of evidence was demonstrated by the fact that there have still been no charges despite the brothers having been detained for a month and police investigating since then. april.”

Glandian – who has experience portraying high-profile figures such as Mike Tyson and Chris Brown – said “Tristan Tate hasn’t been able to meet his new three-week-old either. She has also denied that the brothers could flee Romania and suggested other measures such as withdrawal of passports or house arrest could be used.”

The appointment of Tina Glandian is seen as an important development in the case as she could bring a fresh approach to the Tates legal team as they seek to secure the release of the brothers from pre-trial detention. The former Kickboxer champion and his brother have also hired a communications specialist to address media interest in the case.

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