Andrew Tate not nabbed through pizza connection

Bucharest has confirmed that Andrew Tate has been arrested on human trafficking costs however reiterated that one widely reported detail was inaccurate.
A in style tweet read…
“Romanian authorities needed proof that Andrew Tate was within the country so they reportedly used his social media posts. His ridiculous video yesterday featured a pizza from a Romanian pizza chain, Jerry’s Pizza, confirming he was within the country. This is completely epic.”
Some had speculated that officers had been tipped off to Tate’s whereabouts by a pizza box seen in a video directed at local weather activist Greta Thunberg. But DIICOT, Romania’s company towards organised crime, informed The Associated Press that that wasn’t the case.
DIICOT spokesperson Ramona Bolla said…
“Funny, but no,”
Tate and his brother Tristan, each British-US residents, were detained together with two others on Thursday and face charges of rape, human trafficking and being members of an organised crime group.
Romanian prosecutors said…
“The 4 suspects … appear to have created an organised-crime group to recruit, housing and exploit women by forcing them to create pornographic content material meant to be seen on specialised websites for a value,” prosecutors said.
Tate, 36 years outdated, is genuinely a 21st-century man. A former kickboxer and reality TV failure, Tate is a “social-media character,” no matter which means. His reputation arises largely from his comments about women, including that ladies “must naked [sic] some responsibility” for being raped.
The social media personality somehow manages to retain his fame regardless of having been booted off most social-media platforms. But Tate is more welcome on Twitter since Elon Musk reinstated his account within the name of preserving free speech.
And that’s where Greta Thunberg comes in.
On Tuesday, Tate tweeted at Thunberg, bragging about his automobiles and asking her to offer her email address…
“so I can ship an entire record of my car assortment and their respective enormous emissions.”

Thunberg replied…
“Yes, please do enlighten me. email me at”
In response, Tate posted a video in which he wears a gown, smokes a cigar and gets handed two pizza packing containers, which he specifies will not be recycled.
Up-sell of Tate’s arrest broke shortly after he posted the video, and stories started swirling that his publish and the arrest were associated.
Baseless assertions that the tweet and the arrest had been associated rapidly emerged.
The pizza packing containers bore the title of the Romanian chain Jerry’s Pizza, which the Twitterati claimed had alerted authorities that he was in the country. The story seems to have originated with Romanian information outlet Gândul, which cited anonymous sources who mentioned the Tate brothers had been positioned in Romania through their posts. However, the Gândul story didn’t point out pizza boxes, which was far from the one current publish indicating Tate was in the nation.
But even if their Twitter spat had nothing to do with Tate’s arrest, Thunberg nevertheless had a further touch upon Friday..

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