'Top G' Andrew Tate to spend additional 30 days in Romania police detention

Prosecutors in Romania have extended the detention period for social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan until the 27th of February, following allegations of trafficking and rape. Two teenage girls, aged 16 and 17, have spoken to the BBC about the methods used in the messages they received from the Tate Brothers.

The messages sent to the girls were sent from Andrew Tates Instagram account and were described as “very obvious”. Daria, one of the girls, received a private message reading “Romanian girl followed by a strawberry emoji”.

The Tate Brothers deny wrongdoing, however their public image has been complicated by the things they say and the way they behave online. Police have just over a week to present evidence that a crime has been committed.

The news of the Tate Brothers extended detention has raised many questions about the safety of young people online, and the potential dangers of social media influencers. It is a reminder for parents to be aware of the risks their children may be exposed to when using social media.

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