Andrew Tate boasts about being ‘most Googled man’ in bizarre prison rant

Andrew Tate has bragged about his Bugatti car in a bizarre rant from jail, in which he boasted about being the "most Googled man".

The misogynist "influencer", 36, is behind bars after being accused of sex trafficking and rape, along with his brother Tristan, by investigators in Romania, who arrested him in Bucharest late last year.

Prosecutors want to take controlof the rare Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport – described as the "purest Bugatti ever" – along with a property on the artificial island of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.

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But Tate bragged: “Everybody wishes they were me when I'm in my Bugatti," saying that he was “the most Googled man on the planet”, adding "without a reaction", in his regular newsletter to subscribers from his cell.

The Bugatti is the same one which he used to taunt eco-campaigner Greta Thunberg days before he was arrested, when he boasted about his supercar collection with "enormous emissions".

Greta, 19, amusingly and devastatingly hit back with a now famous response, saying: "Yes, please do enlighten me. Email me at smalld***[email protected]"

Tate's money and his assets are being hunted by organised crime cops as part of the wide-ranging probe, and cars worth £6million – including a Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin and Lamborghini – have already been seized from his compound in Romania.

Romanian police are busy snatching the assets, and if Tate is convicted it is believed that they will be auctioned off.

Despite him being behind bars experts continue to warn of the negative effect that he has, and worry that his fan following will encourage others to replicate his misogynistic views.

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It comes as a former X Factor singer, Janet Devlin, 28, revealed on the Sly Guy Podcast that she exchanged numbers with the disgraced media personality, but felt "the ick".

Another woman, a webcam girl for Tate who is now helping the prosecution, told the BBC that he approached her on Facebook, but he became controlling and violent.

The Tates, who have denied all allegations brought against them, have hired lawyer Tina Glandian, who has represented disgraced stars Chris Brown, Mike Tyson and Jussie Smollett..


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