Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are pictured arriving after being released from prison to be grilled by prosecutors

ANDREW Tate and his brother Tristan were pictured arriving to be grilled by police officers following their dramatic release from prison.

The former kickboxer, 36, was released on March 31 from Romania’s prison where he had been held for three months.

Tate was seen on his way to a police questioning on Monday morning


Tate was seen on his way to a police questioning on Monday morning

However, he has been placed under house arrest as investigations into human trafficking and rape allegations continue.

He and Tristan were seen arriving at the Directorate of Investigation into Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) in Bucharest, Romania today.

Prosecutors have been investigating electronic devices confiscated from the brothers after police raided their mansion in December.

Since being released from “Hell Hole” prison, Tate has shared a series of cryptic posts on social media.

In his latest tirade on Twitter, Tate claimed he believed he could be shot.


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