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Andrew Tate to be held in custody as his bail is denied by the judge.

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The decision of a Romanian judge to keep Andrew Tate in custody for another month by refusing his bail request remains unchanged. Thus, the influencer will not be released from custody.

Andrew Tate, along with three others, has been in custody since December 2022 when their home in Bucharest was raided.

Despite being initially sentenced to 30 days of detention, their detention has been extended multiple times, with the latest extension being on March 22.

Andrew Tate has attempted to appeal these extensions several times, even requesting to be put on house arrest by submitting a bail application, which was ultimately denied.

On March 29, the judge rejected Tate’s appeal against the decision to keep him in custody and not release him on bail.

As per a report by Reuters, Andrew and his brother Tristan will continue to remain in custody for the time being, and their current release date has been scheduled for the end of April.

Assuming that the judge does not extend their custody again, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are currently scheduled to be released at the end of April.

However, under Romanian law, they can be held for a maximum of 180 days without any charges being pressed against them. Andrew Tate has filed an appeal against the rejection of their bail request by the Bucharest Court in early March.

The report further states that the brothers are expected to appeal their latest custody extension, with the ruling expected to be announced on March 31, 2023.

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