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Andrew Tate Spends His Days In Prison Destroying Bugs

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By MLC on March 27, 2023 at 2:00 AM EDT

Andrew Tate has found a new hobby while being locked up.

The former kickboxer has changed his fighting ways. Rather than going fist-to-fist with another human, the misogynistic YouTuber has resorted going fist-to… insect.

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Andrew Tate Is Destroying Bugs In Prison

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Tate has been locked up since December 2022 on allegations of rape, human trafficking and creating an organized crime group.

He’s not been shy when it comes to detailing the living conditions in the Romanian prison he is currently in.

On March 23rd, Tate claimed that he spends his entire day destroying ants and flies who get close to his food. He’s currently fasting for the Ramadan holiday.

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Ants & Flies Are Trying To Eat His "Stone-Cold Food

He tweeted, “My food comes at 8 am, noon, and 5 pm. I have a plastic bag I use to try and protect the food from insects. I spend my entire day destroying the flies and ants who get close to the meal. In accordance w/ Ramadan, when the sun goes down,  I eat stone-cold food in my cell by myself.”

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The Blast recently reportedly that Tate’s bail was denied by a Romanian judge.

On Tuesday, March 14th, Andrew appeared in court with hopes that he would be released; however, a court in Bucharest dismissed his plea for bail.

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Andrew & Tristan Tate's Bail DENIED Again!

A spokesperson for Tate said of the judge’s bail denial, "Unfortunately, the Romanian judicial system denied Andrew Tate’s request for bail today. We are disappointed in this outcome as we had high hopes to see Andrew reunited with his family. His legal team will be appealing this decision within the 48hr time frame."

His sentence, which was set to end at the end of the month, has been extended to the end of April.

According to Romanian law, authorities can keep Tate detained for up to six months. This means he could stay in custody until June.

Tate along with his brother Tristan Tate and two female accomplices were arrested in late December. Tate and his brother remain behind bars while the two females are under house arrest.

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The Tate brothers lawyer said that prosecutors did not bring any new evidence to Wednesday’s hearing. They also suggested that the Tate brothers notoriety was contributing to the court’s decision to keep them in custody.

On Friday, March 24th, Tritstan tweeted, “I’ve been in jail 85 days and nights and I have yet to be interviewed. The police have not asked me a single question. I have. yet to have a chance to speak for a single minute. They just threw me in jail and no one talks to me.”

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Tate retweeted it.

On February 14th, the social media personality revealed his “two possible futures.”

“There are two possible futures of the universe. One, they kill me. Two, I emerge as one of the most respected and influential men on the planet galvanized by false persecution. I ask my enemies to make a choice I will stay awake tonight prepared for mortal combat. Send your best,” his tweet read.

Many Twitter users didn’t sympathize with Tate and offered up a third “future” for Tate.

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