Inside Andrew Tate’s $700,000 Romanian Warehouse Turned into a Shelter

Andrew Tate, 36, and his brother Tristan, 34, were arrested Thursday night on charges of sex trafficking from a $700,000 warehouse in Romania they converted into permanent living quarters.

Andrew purchased the property, located in Voluntari, near Bucharest, in 2017 when he first moved to Romania.

Emory-born Andrew Tate III, a social media influencer and known misogynist, said his decision to leave the United Kingdom was 40% based on avoiding rape charges as police investigated allegations of abuse.

Andrew moved to the UK when he was young after his father, Emory Tate, struggled to find work in the United States.

“So by the age of 11 I was [the] master of the house,” he said, claiming that he soon began working in the markets while still at school.

Map of the Andrew Tate complex.
Map of the Andrew Tate complex.
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Security post near Andrew Tate's house in Romania.
Security post near Andrew Tate’s house in Romania.
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One of several residences.
One of several residences.
Andrew Tate
Another view of the main living room.
Another view of the main living room.
Andrew Tate

In one video explaining why he moved from the UK to Romania, Andrew said: “I’m not a rapist, but I love the idea that I can just do what I want. I like being free,” writes The Guardian.

Photos of his Romanian estate he once showed viewers show a very obvious bachelor apartment with sleek furnishings and modern styling.

One room has a high-tech display of monitors with multiple security video feeds, while another space has a James Bond-themed glass wardrobe that showcases an array of guns and black jackets.

The wood-panelled room with leather seating appears to be in the same location where Andrew recorded his widely derided critique of climate activist Greta Thunberg in which he was seen smoking a cigar.

Chess board.
Chess board.
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Andrew Tate bedroom.
Andrew Tate bedroom.
Andrew Tate
Another living space.
Another living space.
Andrew Tate
Indoor pool and fitness center.
Indoor pool and fitness center.
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Media room.
Media room.
Andrew Tate

He also owns a large chessboard in honor of his late father, who was an international master of the game and one of the best active players in the world until his death in 2015 at the age of 56.

According to the Guardian, it was from this house that he ran “Hustler University,” where some 127,000 men pay him $47 a month for his advice on wealth and life in general.

A previously released video of the arrest shows officers carrying rams and weapons rushing through the dark villa before escorting Andrew to the car.

Prosecutors said both brothers are suspects in an organized crime ring that reportedly “sexually exploited” at least six women who were allegedly recruited, placed and forced to display pornographic videos for sale online.

Kitchen.
Kitchen.
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Dining area with art gallery.
Dining area with art gallery.
Andrew Tate
Backyard.
Backyard with pond.
Andrew Tate
Exterior view from his house.
View from his house.
Andrew Tate

During the raid, officers seized various weapons, including several pistols, brass knuckles, axes and swords of varying lengths, and wads of money.

Andrew’s rise to fame began in 2016 when he appeared on the British reality show Big Brother.

Seven days later, he was kicked out of the show after a video surfaced showing him whipping and beating a girl for looking at other men. A second video has surfaced of him telling a woman to count the bruises he inflicted on her.

He said that if a man in a relationship has sex with someone else, it’s “not cheating, it’s an exercise” and went on to state that if a female partner “even talks to a guy, it’s cheating.”

Andrew’s views have led to numerous online bans since 2017, when – in the midst of allegations against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein – he was suspended from Twitter for saying women should be “responsible” for sexual assault or rape.

Regarding his wealth, Andrew said he made his first million when he was 27 — “then I had a hundred million dollars by the time I was 31,” he told Adine Ross in a streaming interview earlier in this year. “I became a trillionaire very recently… the world’s first trillionaire,” he declared, even assuming he had more than tripled Elon Musk’s bankroll in the latter’s richest.

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