A Romanian court docket has rejected the newest utility for bail by Andrew Tate.
The controversial British social media influencer and his brother Tristan have been detained since December.
They are being investigated on costs of rape, folks trafficking and forming an organised crime group. Both have denied wrongdoing.
Mr Tate’s spokeswoman stated the ruling was “disappointing” and that his authorized staff would attraction.
Lawyers for Mr Tate have lengthy argued that protecting him in preventative custody is unnecessarily harsh, when different judicial choices – akin to home arrest – can be found.
Judges have to date disagreed, primarily based on the perceived threat of Mr Tate fleeing the nation, influencing witnesses or proof, or that his launch would disturb public order.
The request for bail instead of custody was new, however the response from the court docket, the identical.
In late February, the court docket dominated that Mr Tate ought to stay in custody till 29 March.
On Wednesday, Mr Tate’s brother Tristan may even apply for bail in a separate listening to.
Last month, an appeals court docket overturned all however one of many justifications for protecting Tristan Tate in detention.
No costs have but been introduced towards the brothers or the 2 Romanian associates who had been arrested alongside them.
In 2016, Mr Tate, a former kickboxer, was faraway from British TV present Big Brother over a video which appeared to indicate him attacking a lady.
He went on to realize notoriety on-line, with Twitter banning him for saying ladies ought to “bear responsibility” for being sexually assaulted. He has since been reinstated.
Despite social media bans he gained reputation, significantly amongst younger males, by selling what he introduced as a hyper-masculine, ultra-luxurious life-style.