Tate denies rape and exploitation allegations in combative BBC interview

In a latest interview with the BBC, influencer Andrew Tate has refuted allegations of selling misogyny and defended his character. Tate is presently beneath investigation by Romanian prosecutors for accusations including rape, human trafficking, and exploitation of girls. In his first tv interview since being launched into home arrest in Romania in April, he dismissed these allegations and claimed to be a “force for good” performing underneath God’s instruction.
Tate, who has a considerable on-line following and has usually expressed mistrust of conventional media, agreed to the interview without any preconditions. Thought-provoking dismissed the testimonies of ladies involved within the ongoing investigation, accusing the BBC of inventing a girl known as ‘Sophie’ who claimed she was pressured into webcam work and having Tate’s name tattooed on her physique.
When confronted with concerns from schoolteachers, senior police figures, and rights campaigners about his influence, Tate dismissed these accusations as “absolute rubbish.” He additionally denied admitting to emotionally manipulating ladies, regardless of feedback made on a earlier version of his on-line teaching course, Hustlers University.
During the interview, Tate argued that some of his comments had been taken out of context or had been meant as jokes. He additionally claimed to be a force for good in the world, stating, “I genuinely imagine I am acting underneath the instruction of God to do good things, and I need to make the world a greater place.”

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