‘Don’t go out alone without telling me. It’s the last warning’: Text messages ‘sent by Andrew Tate to women he held captive’ are revealed in Romanian prosecutor transcripts

Andrew Tate refused to let women leave his compound without being escorted by one of his employees, according to WhatsApp messages filed by prosecutors.

The messages are allegedly from women Tate and his brother are accused of forcing to create online sexual content.

The former professional kickboxer turned controversial online personality, 36, and his brother Tristan, who grew up in Luton, Bedfordshire, were detained in Romania last month as part of a human trafficking and rape investigation.

In the unearthed messages between Tate and his alleged victims, the infamous misogynist appears to boast about how he runs the operation.

This comes after the lawyer of the Tate brothers claimed Romanian prosecutors had no evidence to back up the allegations of rape and human trafficking.