Andrew Tate loses $4 million in assets after Romanian authorities seize luxury vehicles, watches
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Romanian authorities seized nearly $4 million in assets as part of their sex trafficking investigation against social media influence Andrew Tate on Sunday.
Romania's National Agency for the Management of Seized Assets seized 29 "moveable assets" from Tate's house near the capital of Bucharest and pictures from the compound show authorities towing away luxury vehicles. Tate, his brother and two women are facing sex trafficking charges.
Images show authorities loading up a Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini and other exotic vehicles on Saturday. Authorities did not release images of the watches and other items they confiscated.
Tate has been in Romanian custody since December 29, and Romanian courts rejected his challenge to his current 30-day arrest warrant, according to Reuters.
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