Who Tristan Tate went to the hospital?

TRISTAN Tate is the younger brother of controversial influencer Andrew Tate, who is currently in prison in Romania on charges of rape, human trafficking and organized crime.

Romanian media reported that Tristan was rushed to hospital after becoming violently ill, but a representative for the Tate brothers has come out and denied it – here’s everything we know so far.


Andrew and Tristan Tate are both in prison in RomaniaCredit: AFP
The brothers are accused of running an organized crime ring


The brothers are accused of running an organized crime ring
A spokesman for the brothers denied that Tristan was rushed to hospital


A spokesman for the brothers denied that Tristan was rushed to hospitalCredit: instagram @talismantate

Who Tristan Tate went to the hospital?

Tristan Tate, 34, is currently being held in prison in Romania alongside his older brother, influencer Andrew Tate.

Both were arrested in December and have been held in the Romanian capital Bucharest since then.

Romanian news agency CanCan reported on Saturday that Tristan had to be rushed to hospital recently after complaining of feeling sick behind bars.

The younger brother of the disgraced influencer, who has built an empire on his viral, misogynistic content, reportedly suffered from severe stomach pains, headaches and vomiting.

Romanian media claim he was later diagnosed with enterocolitis, an inflammation of the intestines that can cause various infections.

Tate’s family are quoted in the article as saying that Andrew lost a significant amount of weight after two months in the “hell-like” Central Detention Center dubbed the “Royal Cellar”.

A relative said: “They get takeaway, they still eat what they are given but they complain about the terrible conditions they live in.

“I maintain that it is unlivable there, that it is full of rats, cockroaches, that they are infested with fleas and lice.

“They say they’ve never seen so much dirt in their lives. They are used to another life, naturally, Tristan fell ill.

“They’ve both lost a lot of weight, Andrew has lost almost ten pounds.”

However, a spokesperson for the Tates denied that Tristan was taken to hospital.

They told the Sun: “Andrew and Tristan Tate are both healthy and focused on next week’s appeal against the latest extension decision.

“No one, except their legal counsel, has access to the brothers while they are in custody, so we question the authenticity of the quote appearing in the Romanian news agency Cancan.”

Why are Tristan and Andrew Tate imprisoned in Romania?

Andrew and his brother Tristan were arrested as part of a human trafficking investigationrape and organized crime.

They are accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and convince them to travel to their £600,000 villa on the outskirts of the country’s capital Bucharest.

The brothers allegedly falsely claimed to be in love with the young women before making them perform sexual acts on webcams.

The women were forced to film porn videos at the compound and were kept under 24/7 house arrest, according to Romanian investigators.

Romanian authorities said they had identified six alleged victims in the case who were subjected to “acts of physical violence and mental coercion” as well as “sexual exploitation”.

When could Andrew and Tristan Tate be released?

Andrew and his brother Tristan were initially held for 30 days after their arrest on December 29, 2022.

Tate was seen holding a copy of the Koran as he walked in and out of his first appeal hearing – which was dismissed – after his conversion to Islam.

On January 20, 2023, another 30 days were added by a Romanian court.

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On February 21, 2023, Tate and his brother Tristan were given at least 30 more days behind bars after a successful appeal by Romanian authorities.

The brothers have been held in a “hell” cell in Romania since their arrest, with reports saying the inmates must spend 23 hours a day in their cells.