Romanian Police are Taking Andrew Tate’s Infamous $4.8 Million Bugatti Luxury Car

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Andrew Tate is getting his infamous $4.8 million dollar Bugatti taken away from him from by the police. 

Romanian authorities will indeed be selling his Bugatti if he is convicted for his latest crimes. Tate, who has been the widely controversial figure online, was previously banned on all platforms but made a return on Twitter. He has posted a variety of photos on the platform since returning, including the infamous Bugatti he trolled online to Greta Thunberg.

Last month, authorities seized several luxury cars from Andrew Tate’s compound on the outskirts of the Romanian capital. And as of now a Romanian publication reported that the self-proclaimed misogynist has been storing some of his luxury sports cars in Dubai. Romanian officials have requested that the sports car be transferred to Romania to collect this asset and any others he has in the city.

In the collection of cars seized from police last month, police were able to obtain a Rolls-Royce, BMW, and Mercedes Benz. The entire Romanian car collection is estimated to be around $6 million. Cars like the McLaren 765LT is estimated to be close to $410,000, but nowhere near the amount of the Bugatti.

Police transport a Luxury car on a platform out from the site of “The Hustlers University” belonging to controversial influencer Andrew Tate and his brother in Bucharest on January 14, 2022. – The British-US citizen, his younger brother and two Romanian women are under investigation for allegedly coercing women into “forced labour… and pornographic acts” for “substantial financial benefits”. (Photo by Daniel MIHAILESCU / AFP) (Photo by DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP via Getty Images)

Authorities also believe that Tate and his brother Tristan are holding onto assets or luxury vehicles in other countries as well. A report from Gandul stated that the authorities are looking into the UK, USA, and even Ireland as potential sources.

Now you’re probably wondering why all of the cars are being seized in the first place. Well, if Tate is indeed convicted of his charges, he will owe a multitude of damages that he may not be able to pay off. If this ends up being the case, the cars will be used to pay off the financial damages accrued through court. 


As of right now, Tate has not made any comment online on the repo of his car collection. The former boxer has been sitting in jail documenting his entire experience on Twitter. Many of us are not sure how he is able to tweet at this time but it has been pretty extensive. 

British-US former professional kickboxer and controversial influencer Andrew Tate (3rd R) and his brother Tristan Tate (2nd R) arrive handcuffed and escorted by police at a courthouse in Bucharest on January 10, 2023 for a court hearing on their appeal against pre-trial detention for alleged human trafficking, rape and forming a criminal group. (Photo by Daniel MIHAILESCU / AFP) (Photo by DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP via Getty Images)

Tate has been claiming his innocence in jail. He has been able to write a multitude of tweets each and every day but claims he isn’t able to write a lot of letters or do too much in confinement.

Andrew Tate has been trying to get onto the Joe Rogan podcast for quite some years now as well. Some believe in order to profess his innocence, but he has actually been asking to be a guest since 2019. The Southern Poverty Law Center stumbled upon this information while going through Alex Jones’ phone. Joe Rogan responded to the situation saying: “Yeah, he’s been trying to get on my podcast for a while now. Im way overbooked right now.”

It’s been about four years since Tate has been following up with Alex Jones about this, so we aren’t sure if this is the actual excuse. 

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