Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan have been released in Rumania after prospering this time the appeal against his arrest; not like the other time. He has taken advantage and with one of his first tweets has sent a message to the creators of South Park.
Both were arrested and detained in Bucharest, although they have failed to get out several times, recently they have managed to appeal the decision to extend their imprisonment for another 30 days.
As reported by The Mirror, they will now be under house arrest along with two Romanian women also detained. Speaking to Mirror Fighting they said: “We are ecstatic to announce that the Romanian judicial system has approved the appeal (…) against last week’s extension decision.”
They will remain under house arrest while the investigation continues and they thank the judge and courts for allowing them both to return home: “They will continue to fight to clear their name of these fabricated accusations,” the statements said.
Meanwhile, Andrew Tate has responded on Twitter to the South Park episode where they mock him. In this one, his creators have taken the opportunity to make fun of him and his position on masculinity.
In his most recent episode the Stan’s father -Randy- meets Alonzo Fineskiwith great resemblance and behavior to that of Tate to “fight the messages that the liberal left sends to young people.”
“I’m trying to show my son and his geek friends what a real party is because society wants him to be ashamed of his masculine natures,” Randy explained to Fineski.
At the time, the Tate brothers were still in prison on charges of human trafficking, rape, and racketeering. Although he has responded to the clip assuring that he wants to work with the series when “his innocence is proven.”
Andrew Tate appears in South Park and hopes to do it again
When I will be proven innocent.
I look forward to help create the greatest South Park episode of all time. https://t.co/DvChGr8rJW
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) March 31, 2023
“When my innocence is proven. I hope to help create the best episode of South Park of all time,” he said in the tweet through his official Twitter account; she is still active despite the fact that they asked for her cessation.
Although he does not make it clear if he is going to appear in the series or if he is going to demonstrate it through it, but we are left with that appears in south park.
Andrew Tate is released from jail and leaves this tweet the creators of South Parkfor what purpose?