Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate are to stay in police custody for another month after a Romanian court extended their detention, it has been reported.
The controversial social media influencer and his brother are being held in detention on suspicion of human trafficking, sexual assault and rape.
A Romanian court judge has ruled that the pair will be kept in prison for a further 30 days – until February 27, while police build their case.
The reasons for this extension will be given in a written statement later.
Tate and his brother both deny the allegations against them.
Meanwhile, detectives investigating the claims against Tate have seized £3.2m worth of assets including luxury vehicles, watches and cash, from his home in Bucharest.
Tate was arrested at the end of December as part of a human-trafficking investigation in Romania.[via]