In a video released Sunday, Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson interviewed Andrew Tate’s brother Tristan after being released from house arrest.
The Tate brothers were released on Friday from house arrest in Romania facing charges of human trafficking, rape and gang crime. Carlson previously interviewed Andrew about the men’s castration and the criminal charges they faced in mid-July.
Tate told Carlson that two women, one of whom was his personal assistant, were jailed for the same 92 days as the Tate brothers on suspicion of knowing them and being part of a so-called “organized crime group.” . Ms Tate said the women were victims of “mental torture” by Romanian authorities trying to fabricate false accusations committed by the Tate brothers.
“And essentially, if you look at how these two women were treated, they were locked up in jail for knowing about us, attacked from themselves, one was my personal Being an assistant, she knows everything I do, she picks me up at the airport, she pays my electricity bill, and every week or so they hang the keys in front of me. , said, “Are you ready to talk about Tate’s criminal activities now?” And those who answered “no” remained in prison. (Related: Tucker Carlson on Andrew Tate and what makes a ‘successful’ society)
“Next week, ‘Are you ready to talk about the criminal activity of the Tate Brothers’?” So,” Tate continued. “So I see this as a means of mental torture.”
Episode 14 The Tate brothers had just been released from house arrest in Romania, so it seemed like a good time to hear from Andrew’s brother Tristan. pic.twitter.com/ljOFphj02F
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) August 6, 2023
Rather than denounce the arrests, Tate said she was angry about the two girls jailed for charges unrelated to sex and gang activity. Tate said “human trafficking” is a “very loose law” in Romania that lacks a real definition.
He claimed the arrest and indictment “attacked” those close to him by indicting a message about the breakdown of masculinity in society.
“Attacking me is attacking him [Andrew] And I think attacking my personal assistant and her friend was essentially the way I expected you to make these women into prosecution witnesses. To lie and say we committed a crime,” Tate said. “This is about Andrew and his message. That’s all.”
Ms Tate said she enjoyed being in prison because her relationship with Andrew strengthened while in prison. A court of appeal in Bucharest released her brothers at the end of March and granted house arrest.
He told Carlson he did not blame Romania for his arrest and refused to sue the government. He is now reluctant to publicly predict who targeted him and put him in prison.