Andrew Tate blames 'jealous women who know nothing' over his arrest trends now
Misogynist Andrew Tate claimed in documents that women use the legal system to 'punish men', it has been revealed.
In legal documents seen by The Sunday Times, Tate claimed 'jealous women who know nothing' had masterminded his detention and that women use the judicial system to 'punish men'.
Tate, 36, and his brother Tristan Tate, 34, along with two alleged female accomplices, Luana Radu, 32, and Georgina Naghel, 28, were released from a Romanian prison into house arrest on Friday.
They were arrested in a dramatic December raid on suspicion of several offences and forming an organised crime group to exploit victims, which they staunchly deny.
In a tweet on Sunday, Tate promised his loyal followers - who he refers to as 'Gs' - an update in an email.
In a tweet on Sunday, Tate promised his loyal followers an update in an email - the first public email he's sent since his incarceration
Andrew Tate (left) said there is a 'zero per cent' chance that he will be convicted of a series of sex and gang-related offences that he has been charged with
The legal papers, which have been translated from Romanian, show that the Tate brothers are accused of taking advantage of women's vulnerabilities and forcing them to work 12 hours a day with just one five-minute break.
They allegedly preyed on young women isolated from their families with a history of sexual abuse and Tate has said previously that he would make them fall for him - a technique known as the 'Lover Boy' method.
A victim said the women who worked for the brothers were branded with tattoos that read: 'Owned by Tate.'
Tate said in his statement to the police that: 'Women understand how to use the judiciary system in order to punish men.
'I think these statements against me are given by those jealous women who know nothing and just ask me for money to go shopping.'
Tate's alleged accomplices Georgiana Naghel (left) and Luana Radu (right), have also been released from prison and are under house arrest
Andrew Tate, left, enters his house, during a visit by Romanian police officers on Saturday to check if the brothers are present at the location, on the outskirts of Bucharest
Prosecutors have said the Tate (pictured) and Tristan recruited their victims by seducing them and falsely claiming to want a relationship or marriage
The brothers released a statement when they were released on Friday and Tate claimed there was a 'zero per cent chance' that he would be found guilty.
Speaking after his release, Tate said: 'Freedom at last. It's a bit emotional. I've been in one room since last year so its a little bit emotional.
'We are ecstatic to announce the Romanian judicial system approved Andrew's and Tristan Tate's appeal against last week's extension decision.
'They will be placed under house arrest while the investigation continues. We are appreciative of the judge and courts for allowing the brothers to return home.
'Both brothers are looking forward to being reunited with their families in Romania and want to extend their thanks to all the supporters who have stood by them during