Andrew Tate Fires Off Cryptic Tweet After Reports He Was Taken to Hospital From Romanian Jail

Social media influencer Andrew Tate was reportedly taken to a hospital for a health incident on Sunday.

Tate was taken to the hospital from a Romanian prison where he has been detained for the last couple weeks.

“The Matrix has attacked me. But they misunderstand, you cannot kill an idea. Hard to kill,” Tate said in a cryptic tweet.

The Daily Mail reported:

Andrew Tate has tweeted a link to a Romanian article that states one of the influencer brothers has been taken to hospital – adding that the ‘Matrix has attacked me’.

Tate today shared a link to Romanian news website Spy News, which is reporting that one of the brothers was taken to hospital following a routine medical check in custody.

One of the brothers is said to have informed a medic of a pre-existing health issue, resulting in a consultation at a hospital in Bucharest.

They are now back in a detention centre, the website reports.

It comes after four more luxury vehicles were seized as part of the investigation into social media personality earlier this week.

Prosecutors investigating the case seized the additional vehicles on top of 11 others seized in raids last week, Ramona Bolla, a spokesperson for Romanian anti-organised crime agency DIICOTs said.

A couple weeks ago Andrew Tate and his brother were apprehended by law enforcement officials in Romania and faced charges related to sex-trafficking allegations of at least six women.

According to Libertatea, a Romanian news outlet, police surrounded the villa where Tate and his brother Tristan were staying and arrested them on charges of kidnapping, international human trafficking, and rape.

“Four people who are reasonably suspected of being involved in criminal activity were taken for questioning. Following the hearings, the prosecutors of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) – Central Structure ordered the four persons to be detained for a period of 24 hours,” DIICOT said in a statement.

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