Andrew Tate and Tristan kept in custody for sex trafficking charges

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan will be kept in custody while facing sex trafficking charges, as the Romanian court has denied their bail. Along with Luana Radu and Georgina Naghel, they will all remain in custody until April 21, despite not being formally charged yet. The Tate brothers were given the chance to present legal guarantees that they are not a flight risk, but their preventative arrest was still extended.

Andrew Tate rose to fame in 2016 after being removed from the UK TV show "Big Brother" for a video that appeared to show him attacking a woman. Despite being banned from social media, he continued to promote a lavish lifestyle on various platforms, showcasing expensive sports cars, private jets, and luxurious vacations.

The brothers were arrested as part of a probe into human trafficking, rape and organised crime. They were also accused of recruiting young women and force them to create online pornographic content.

Their spokesperson announced that they will appeal the decision to extend their detention by 30 days on Friday.