Andrew Tate’s £5million Bugatti, which he used to mock Greta Thunberg and his £20million mansion in Dubai, has been seized by police, prosecutors say
Andrew Tate’s estimated £5million Bugatti supercar and his £20million mansion are set to be seized by police, prosecutors have said.
Romanian cops are after the two expensive assets as they continue to investigate Tate – who remains in prison on human trafficking and rape charges.
Prosecutors want to take control of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport and estate on Dubai’s exclusive Palm Jumeirah artificial island, sources told The Sun Online.
Tate is believed to have bought both assets in 2022.
And the Bugatti is the same one he used to mock eco-activist Greta Thunberg.
His spat with Thunberg as he shared pictures of himself with a pizza on Twitter came just days before his arrest.
Tate’s mansion – which borders a golf course and offers views of the city – was reportedly bought in the summer of 2022.
It has six bedrooms, a pool, gym and home theater covered in James Bond posters.
The mansion was widely featured in a video showing Tate flying in a barber from Canada to give him a haircut at the mansion.
The hairdresser was reportedly paid £8,000.
At the luxurious mansion, he would be neighbors to the likes of football legend David Beckham and Putin friend Ramzan Kadyrov.
Tate’s prized Bugatti is one of only 60 such cars in the world, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds and reaching a top speed of 305 mph.
It is considered one of the fastest, most expensive and most luxurious supercars in the world.
Tate’s money and fortune are being pursued by Romanian police officers DIICOT, who fight organized crime, as part of the wide-ranging investigation.
Around £6million worth of supercars – including a Rolls Royce, Aston Martin and Lamborghini – have already been confiscated at its premises in Romania.
Other assets seized by police reportedly include expensive watches and guns.
Andrew and Tristan Tate both deny all allegations against her.
The Romanian National Agency for the Management of Seized Assets has now sent requests to the authorities in Dubai.
The misogynist influencer Tate and his brother Tristan have been arrested for sex trafficking and organized crime.
He remains incarcerated after his arrest in late 2022.
All of the Tates’ requests for release were denied, as the Romanian authorities consider them a flight risk.
Tate built an obnoxious image that appealed to teenagers and created an online empire that made him one of Google’s most searched people
Disguised as lifestyle advice, much of the content is actually highly sexist and promotes violence against women.
His influence has spread worryingly among young men and boys, with one UK MP saying he is “brainwashing” children.
Tate first rose to fame after a short-lived appearance on Big Brother.
He was kicked off the reality show after alleged footage of him hitting a woman surfaced online.
Since then, he has sparked disgust and outrage across the internet with a wave of distorted content.
Labor MP Alex Davies-Jones has urged the UK government to take action against the spread of Tate’s content – with teachers already revealing worrying prevalence in schools.
“Schools across the UK are in crisis as online influencer Andrew Tate’s despicable misogyny infiltrates our classrooms and society,” said Ms Davies Jones MP.
“Teachers must now develop their own resources to re-educate boys who are being brainwashed online by its deeply toxic messages.”
Tate, who was born in Washington DC, was banned from Twitter in 2017 for violating the terms of service with his controversial comments.
In August, Tate was banned from a number of other social media sites – only to be reinstated on Twitter following Elon Musk’s takeover of the company.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7339128/andrew-tate-bugatti-dubai-villa/ Andrew Tate’s £5million Bugatti, which he used to mock Greta Thunberg and his £20million mansion in Dubai, has been seized by police, prosecutors say