Misogynist influencer Andrew Tate charged with tax fraud in UK

Misogynist influencer Andrew Tate charged with tax fraud in UK
Misogynist influencer Andrew Tate charged with tax fraud in UK

British misogynist influencer Andrew Tate, who is set to stand trial in Romania on rape charges among other things, was charged by UK police on Monday with tax fraud over income from online activities.

Andrew Tate, a former professional kickboxer, and his brother Tristan “are serial tax evaders,” Sarah Clarke, a solicitor for Devon and Cornwall police in south-west England, told Westminster Magistrates Court in London. “They brag about it, especially Andrew Tate.”

Police accuse them of failing to pay taxes on £21 million ($27 million) in income they earned from their online activities between 2014 and 2022.

This income comes mainly from products sold online and from its activities on the Onlyfans platform, where users can share videos and photographs of a sexual nature.

The lawyer cited a video of Andrew Tate in which he said that when he lived in England, he refused to pay taxes. Andrew Tate, 37, and his brother Tristan, 35, were arrested in late 2022 in Romania, where they spent three months in prison.

The Tate brothers are accused of luring women by pretending to have feelings for them before forcing them to produce pornographic films. No trial date has yet been set.

Andrew Tate also faces two charges of rape in Romania.

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