Inside Andrew Tate’s bizarre prison life as he moans about “self-control” and a lack of “daily pleasures” behind bars
ANDREW Tate has revealed his bizarre prison routine as he complained about missing out on “daily pleasures” behind bars.
The 36-year-old influencer has been held in a hell prison in Romania with his brother Tristan for more than a month.
They were arrested on December 29 as part of investigations into human trafficking, rape and organized crime.
Last week, a judge denied their second request for release and ordered them to remain in jail until at least the end of February.
Tate has now emailed his subscribers moaning about life behind bars.
He wrote: “There is only one way to survive in prison. This is absolute self-control and discipline.
“In prison, your daily pleasures are extremely small. Phone calls and hot coffee.
“Of course, after waking up, you want to grab a nice hot coffee and talk on the phone.
“But that’s an amateur mistake. Your daily pleasures are limited, if you use it up first thing in the morning you’re doomed to a day of misery.”
Tate said “to counteract that,” he “puts obstacles in his way” — 550 push-ups, 100 dips, four liters of water and 200 squats.
He added: “I have a list to complete before my coffee or phone calls start.
“Without self-control, prison would be 100 times worse. Similar to real life.”
In another newsletter, Tate insisted he’d spend $10,000 (£8,000) on a coffee or a hot shower, saying cockroaches, lice and bedbugs are his “friends” at night.
He and his brother Tristan, 34, are accused of luring women back to their Romanian villa.
At least six were allegedly coerced into appearing in adult videos, which were then sold online.
Andrew Tate looked exhausted as he climbed out of a police car outside the Bucharest courthouse last Wednesday ahead of his appeal.
Handcuffed to his brother, he yelled, “You know I’m innocent.”
The Tates’ US attorney, Tina Glandian, had argued that Tristan should have been released from prison because he has a three-week-old baby whom he has not yet met.
But the judge said the “possibility that they evade investigations cannot be ignored” – adding “they could leave Romania and settle in countries that don’t allow extradition”.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7331520/andrew-tates-jail-routine-daily-pleasures/ Inside Andrew Tate’s bizarre prison life as he moans about “self-control” and a lack of “daily pleasures” behind bars