Tate 'told rape victim he would get her pregnant and lock her away'

Andrew Tate ‘told rape victim he would get her pregnant and lock her away, fined webcam workers for crying and tried to coerce them into group sex, according to prosecution files which say his business made $5m a month’

  • Andrew Tate allegedly raped a woman and threatened to get her pregnant 
  • Woman claims he tried to make her have group sex and said ‘shut up you whore’

Andrew Tate allegedly told a rape victim he would get her pregnant and lock her away, fined webcam workers for crying and tried to coerce them into group sex, according to files compiled by Romanian prosecutors.

In hundreds of pages of reported testimony and evidence, several women detail how they were allegedly verbally and physically abused by Tate and his brother Tristan while being coerced to create online pornographic content.

One woman told prosecutors Tate, 36, would rape her while holding her head so she couldn’t move and threatened to get her pregnant and lock her in a house because she had sent him negative messages, according to files seen by the BBC. 

The alleged rape victim told prosecutors that she ‘was crying and scared because she thought [Andrew Tate] was capable of anything.’ She claims that during one attack, Tate ordered her to take off her clothes while keeping her shoes on and then ‘slapped her across the face’.

Another woman who worked for Tate claimed the misogynistic influencer tried to coerce them into having group sex with women and when she refused, he told her: ‘Shut up you whore, you will do as I say’. 

Tate’s workers would also be fined 10 per cent of their earnings from OnlyFans, PornHub and other sites for miniscule infractions – such as crying or wiping their noses while performing live on the webcams or taking a long break. It meant one alleged victim owed the Tate brothers £3,412 in debts. 

The prosecution’s files not only include a series of allegations of rape, human trafficking and exploitation of women but also detail how subscriptions to Tate and Tristan’s online groups appear to make them $5million (£3.9million) a month. 

Andrew (L) and Tristan (R) Tate are seen heading to a lavish open air restaurant the night after being released from house arrest in Romania earlier this month 

Andrew Tate allegedly told a rape victim he would get her pregnant and lock her away, fined webcam workers for crying and tried to coerce them into group sex, according to files compiled by Romanian prosecutors

Former police officer Luana Radu (left) and Georgiana Naghel (right) are suspected of assisting the Tate brothers 

Tate, Tristan, 35, and two Romanian women – Luana Radu and Georgiana Naghel – are all accused of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Tate is also charged with raping a woman. 

All four were released from house arrest earlier this month and placed under judicial control – but now the prosecution have released files detailing the allegations made against them. 

READ MORE: Andrew Tate insists he has ‘done nothing wrong’ and claims Romanian authorities have ‘no substantial evidence’ against him

There are seven female victims in the case, Romanian prosecutors say, who were lured with false pretences of love and transported to Romania, where the gang sexually exploited them and subjected them to physical violence.

In the 300 pages of reported testimony and evidence, the women claim they were forced to create specific pornographic content and meet a strict schedule. If they didn’t, they were threatened with verbal and physical abuse. 

Georgiana Naghel reportedly told the women she would ‘break your teeth’ or that they would ‘end up in the morgue’, according to transcribed text messages. Naghel is accused of attacking a woman, a claim she denies. 

Those women creating pornographic content for the Tate brother’s webcam business allege their income was controlled by the two men. 

The alleged victims claim they were fined 10 per cent by the Tate brothers for the smallest of details, such as crying while live, wiping their nose while on camera or taking too long on breaks.

One victim claimed Tate, who had allegedly talked to her of love and marriage, had tried to coerce her into group sex. She reportedly told Tate in a transcribed message: ‘I will not have sex with girls. I’m not going to do this.’ 

She then added: ‘Baby, I gotta drink for this. I can’t do it without drinking.’ 

Tate allegedly responded: ‘Don’t be boring… I want to see that you submit to me… Shut up you whore, you will do as I say.’ 

In a text message, Tate also allegedly says he is the ‘leader’ of the adult content business. 

Tristan Tate also appeared to say in audio messages from 2020 that he didn’t want the women to have access to their accounts on PornHub and OnlyFans. 

‘I don’t want them to have the passwords, I don’t want them to have anything,’ Tristan allegedly said. ‘I don’t want you to tell them they have OnlyFans, I want that money to be used by me and you, screw them.’ 

In another part of the transcript of the audio message, Tristan reportedly said: ‘Mainly I’m going to slave these bitches… I’m going to make them work even more hours and hours and hours… I work these bitches like slaves… SLAVE work. Minimum 10 or 12 hours a day.’  

The files also refer to how subscriptions to the Tate brothers’ War Room and Hustler’s University, which apparently helps men ‘become the best versions of themselves’, means the brothers earn an eyewatering $5million a month in fees. 

Andrew Tate, left, and his brother Tristan walk inside the the Court of Appeal building in Bucharest, Romania, on August 1

Tate, who has been accused of peddling conspiracy theories online and has amassed 7.2 million Twitter followers, has repeatedly claimed that prosecutors have no evidence against him and that there is a political plot designed to silence him.

The prosecution allege that the Tate brothers do not have income ‘from lawful activities’. Instead, from 2018 onwards, they acquired ‘numerous properties’, ’15 of the rarest and most expensive cars’ worth around £3million as well as jewellery and $400,000 in cryptocurrency.

A spokesperson for the Tate brothers told MailOnline: ‘We vehemently deny the serious allegations brought against our clients, Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate. 

The brothers are currently undergoing legal processes in Romania and should be allowed the presumption of innocence. 

We encourage the media and public to consider all parties involved innocent until proven otherwise beyond any reasonable doubt. The information being put forward is one sided, allegedly coming from the prosecution’s case. 

Whilst we respect that authorities have to thoroughly investigate any potential wrongdoing, we would like to remind the media and the public that a trial is upcoming and it is a judge’s prerogative to rule on the allegations brought forward against Andrew and Tristan.’

‘As stated before, all intimate relationships that the Tate brothers have engaged in have been fully consensual and private preferences should remain private, not publicised and scrutinised for the sake of entertainment.’

Tate was released from house arrest last month – and soon afterwards shared a video purporting to show his escapades on his first night outside. 

The one-and-a-half-minute-long clip showed the brothers dining at a lavish open-air restaurant with a group of men, toasting to one another’s freedom before pulling away in a purple McLaren and silver Porsche. 

When the influencer was arrested in Romania in December, authorities accused him of using the ‘loverboy’ method to lure women to his compound in Bucharest under the guise of having a relationship, before forcing them to do sex work.

Leaked messages have demonstrated how Andrew Tate (left with his brother, Tristan) allegedly coerced women into doing sex work for him, according to a report

According to Rolling Stone, citing screenshots of purported messages from the ‘War Room’ (Tate’s group chat with his followers) and other texts in 2021, the influencer described women as ‘targets’ and ‘assets’ and spoke of isolating and manipulating them.

In one purported message, he described how he isolated one woman until she ‘lost her support networks at home’ and kept her at the compound in Bucharest.

Pictured: A selection of messages purportedly sent by Andrew Tate to his ‘War Room’ group chat and to women, seen in screenshots also posted to the group chat

‘The real goal is for her to agree to never go anywhere without me. Not even her home town. I need her working,’ he wrote, according to screenshots.

Tate also appeared to seek help from his associates to force one woman to post explicit content on OnlyFans, an internet content subscription platform used mostly by sex workers.

In the message, Tate tells followers he’ll be ‘making the play tonight’.

‘Since she moved [to Bucharest] she’s been fed. But nothing else,’ he wrote. 

‘She’s broke. And she can’t go home. And she can’t leave the house. Man, I sound almost evil,’ he added according to the leaked messages. 

A spokesman for the influencer told MailOnline that ‘a significant portion of retweets and shares of these screenshots across social media platforms originate from recently created and unverified accounts’ and suggested they could have been generated by artificial intelligence (AI) platforms.

‘The rise of AI and social media as a news source has opened up the opportunity to anonymously present potentially fabricated, or manipulated evidence, while bypassing the burden of responsibility and avoiding consequences,’ they said.

‘These realities raise concerns about the potential for a deliberate and targeted effort to sway public opinion and undermine the credibility of the evidence presented.’

In June, Tate appeared in a combative BBC interview in which he blasted the broadcaster over their attempts to ‘vilify’ him. 

In his first interview since being detained, Tate repeatedly dismissed the BBC’s questions about allegations of rape, human trafficking and exploitation of women – and instead demanded to ask his own questions. 

When quizzed about a testimony from a woman who has accused Tate of rape and exploitation, the influencer responded by asking his own question and telling the BBC journalist: ‘You’re not the boss here because I’ve allowed you into my house.’

Following the interview, which collapsed after Tate said he was doing the BBC a ‘favour’ by speaking to them, the self-professed misogynist launched a scathing attack on the corporation.

In a combative interview last month, Tate repeatedly dismissed the BBC’s questions about allegations of rape, human trafficking and exploitation of women – and instead demanded to ask his own questions

He tweeted: ‘The mainstream media which vilify me, beg me for interviews under the guise of balanced journalism. The Matrix is desperate.’ 

Tate claimed that whilst he had been vilified, the BBC was not similarly outraged when the broadcaster’s presenters Jimmy Saville and Rolf Harris were grooming and raping girls.

‘Where was the BBC’s outrage when Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris were grooming and raping and molesting young girls for decades?’

Savile, who was one of Britain’s biggest television stars before his death in 2011, molested at least 72 children, some as young as eight, over a four-decade campaign of abuse. And Harris was jailed over 12 indecent assaults against four underage girls.

When asked about the allegations made against him, Tate told the BBC: ‘I know the case intimately and you don’t. I have seen all the criminal files and the evidence against me and you haven’t. 

‘I know the truth of what happened and you don’t. And I’m telling you absolutely and utterly, I’ve never hurt anybody, that the case that’s been put against me is completely and utterly fabricated and I’m never going to be found guilty of anything.’

Tate then dismissed the testimonies of individual women who have accused the influencer of rape and exploitation. One British woman, referred to as Sophie to protect her identity, has claimed Tate slapped and strangled her to the point of passing out ‘during rough sex’. 

Sophie told the BBC in February Tate had charmed her at first and encouraged her to work for his webcam business before becoming controlling and coercive.

When asked about Sophie’s testimony, Tate claimed, without providing evidence, that she did not exist and instead kept asking the BBC reporter questions. 

‘I’ve asked you a question and I’ve allowed you into my house,’ Tate said, to which the BBC reporter responded: ‘I am asking you a question. You get to decide the answers.’ 

Prosecutors have said the Tate brothers recruited their victims by seducing them and falsely claiming to want a relationship or marriage

Romanian officials transport the sports cars seized from the Tate compound to an undisclosed storage location, from Voluntari, Ilfov, Romania, on January 14

But Tate hit back and said: ‘No we are equal here. I’ve allowed you into my house. You don’t come here with a position of authority. I’m doing you the favour as legacy media, giving you relevance, by speaking to you. 

‘And I’m telling you now, this Sophie, which the BBC has invented, who has no face. Nobody knows who she is. I know.’

Prosecutors have said the Tate brothers recruited their victims by seducing them and falsely claiming to want a relationship or marriage.

The victims were then taken to properties on the outskirts of the capital, Bucharest, and coerced to produce pornographic content for social media sites that generated large financial gain, prosecutors say.

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