Tucker Carlson Humiliated After Andrew Tate Arrest

Former kickboxer Andrew Tate recently faced backlash on Twitter. Tate was recently detained by Romanian authorities on suspicion of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organized crime group, according to Reuters. According to several reports, a pizza box helped cops narrow in on Tate’s location. Tate had posted a video clip of himself in a Versace robe, smoking a cigar, while an off-camera person hands him two boxes of Jerry’s Pizza, a popular Romanian chain.



It has been noted that his arrest, merely a day after posting the video, could have been due to the pizza boxes, reported 9News. The report stated that the boxes may have helped the Romanian police zero in on his location.The authorities reportedly used the video “as proof he was in the country”, stated a report in The Independent.

Far-right Fox News host Tucker Carlson is under fire for defending Andrew Tate even while Romanian police were investigating him for alleged human trafficking.

In an interview with Tate back in August of this year, Mr Carlson incredulously asked his audience: “They’re telling us he’s a criminal. Okay: has he been charged? Who are the victims?”

“No one gets to tell you who you can watch. No one gets to tell you what you have to think. No one gets to tell you who you have to hate. You’re an American, and an adult; you can make those decisions yourself,” said Mr Carlson, in a clip first highlighted by Twitter user @Acyn.

So why don’t they want you to hear from Andrew Tate? They really think he’s a worse influence than the youth than, say, [rapper] Cardi B? Tell us how!

“They’re telling us he’s a criminal. Okay: has he been charged? Who are the victims? What are their names?”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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