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Romanian judges rule, women who denied being trafficked by Andrew Tate were brainwashed

Two young women denied being victims of human trafficking by Andrew Tate and Tristan, his brother. A Romanian court has ruled that the two women were brainwashed and did not realize they had been enslaved.

Each woman claimed they voluntarily worked for Andrew Tate and Tristan Tate. However, a clinical psychologist prepared a report that said that they traumatized and failed to recognize that they were victims of exploitation.

Andrew and Tristan were arrested this passed December because of suspicion of human trafficking, suspicion of rape and suspicion of organized crime in which they formed a group to exploit women.

Andrew and Tristan and two alleged female accomplices had their appeal against a judge’s decision to extend their arrest was turned down at the Bucharest court yesterday.

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