Andrew Tate unleashes fury at Romanian police in rant as he's taken for more questioning - 'They are STEALING my cars and money!'

Andrew Tate protested his innocence while being taken in for further questioning by police
Andrew Tate protested his innocence while being taken in for further questioning by police

The Tate brothers denied any wrongdoing as police took them in for further questioning

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Former kickboxer, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan ranted to reporters outside a police station in Romania as they were taken in handcuffs to be questioned.

The duo are being held in custody until the end of February as part of an investigation into rape, human trafficking and organised crime.

Protesting their innocence, Andrew said: "They know we have done nothing wrong. This file is completely empty.”

Tristan Tate claimed he was in jail as authorities 'planned to steal' his cars
Tristan Tate claimed he was in jail as authorities 'planned to steal' his cars

Meanwhile, Tristan yelled: "There is no evidence against me.

"The authorities are planning to steal my cars and steal my money. That is why I am in jail."

The pair were seen being bundled into a police van and taken to Romania's Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) in Bucharest on Wednesday.

Prosecutors are reportedly set to search the brother’s electronic equipment which was previously seized.

Andrew was also heard ranting about “justice in Romania”, as he said: "Of course it's unjust, there is no justice in Romania unfortunately."

And when asked whether he has hurt women, the controversial online influencer responded: "Of course not."

The brothers were arrested in December following a raid on their luxury Romanian mansion.

They are accused of luring women back to their villa, with at least six reportedly forced to perform in adult videos which were then sold online.

Romanian authorities have seized £3.5million worth of assets from the pair, who have created a warped empire promoting toxic masculinity, which could be used as compensation to their alleged victims.

Romanian authorities detained Andrew Tate in December
Romanian authorities detained Andrew Tate in December

A total of 29 assets including luxury vehicles, watches and cash were taken by police.

The vehicles included a blue and black Rolls-Royce Wraith, which value was estimated at £310,000, and a McLaren 765LT worth up to £410,000.

According to reports, former cop Luana Alexandra Radu, one of two alleged female accomplices, held as part of the same probe, also arrived at DIICOT with the brothers on Wednesday.

Their lawyers deny all charges against them.