Andrew Tate Is in a Jam as 4 Ladies in the UK Have Threatened to Sue Him

Lawyers for four women have told Andrew Tate that they will sue him in the UK courts.

They said that Tate would be sued because of the sexual attack claims against him.

Tate is under house arrest in Romania after being held on charges of human trafficking and rape. British law company McCue Jury and Partners served Tate with court papers.

In a statement released Wednesday, the law company said that among the women’s claims were “including violent rapes, serious physical assault, and controlling and coercive behavior.”

It said that the women had told Tate that legal action would be taken against him in the coming weeks at the High Court in London based on how he responded.

The women, who are now in their late 20s and early 30s, say the crimes happened when Tate was living in the UK from 2013 to 2016.

In a statement, a person who works for Tate said, “Andrew Tate categorically denies the veracity of the accusations brought by the lawyers of the anonymous women in the UK.”

The statement also said that three of the women had filed criminal complaints that the UK government had chosen to dismiss.

“What new evidence could have appeared nine years later that would overturn the court´s decision?”

Tate, who is 36, and his brother Tristan, who is 34, were taken by Romanian police late last year.

After three months of preventive detention, a Romanian court put them under house arrest at the end of March. They were accused of human trafficking and rape and had been in jail for three months.

They all deny the charges.

Prosecutors told the brothers and two other suspects on Tuesday that they are being looked into for “continued human trafficking,” a spokesman for the anti-organized crime prosecution’s unit (DIICOT) told AFP.

You could go to jail for up to 10 years for this crime.

A person close to the investigation says prosecutors will likely send the case to court by the end of June.

The brothers and the two Romanians, who are also being looked into, are accused of trafficking, recruiting, and exploiting women by forcing them to do “pornographic acts in order to make and spread such material” online.