Four more luxury vehicles have been seized in the investigation into Andrew Tate, a divisive social media personality who was detained in Romania last week on charges of human trafficking and rape, an official said Friday.
Prosecutors investigating the case seized the additional four vehicles on Thursday on top of 11 others seized in raids last week, a spokesperson for Romanian anti-organized crime agency DIICOT, told The Associated Press.
At least seven of the seized vehicles — some of which local media report are limited editions worth up to $300,000 — are registered to Tate and his brother Tristan Tate who was detained last week in the same case, she said.
Some of the other vehicles either aren’t registered or don’t have documentation. The spokesperson also said that more than 10 properties or land owned by companies registered to the Tate brothers have been seized in the investigation so far.