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Andrew Tate ‘has lesion on his lung’ Romanian news site says


Misogynistic influencer Andrew Tate, currently detained in Romania on charges of organized crime and human trafficking, has a “lesion to his lung,” a Romanian news site reported after saying he obtained his medical documents.

Spynews said it retrieved the documents from both Romania and Dubai, where Tate reportedly traveled to for treatment of the problem he has had “for many years.”

His most frequent visit to the hospital was in December last year, according to Spynewswhen he went to Dubai and underwent a chest X-ray on December 5. In December, he returned to the hospital for a CT scan, the publication said, citing the documents.

According to the medical records, Tate has a lesion on his upper right lung – a condition that has been described as a “serious health condition.” His doctor reportedly said the lesion could be a sign of a carinoid tumor – a rare form of slow-growing cancer.

As a result, Tate argues that he should be released from Bucharest prison, where he has been held since late December on sex trafficking charges, so that he can be treated in Dubai.

Andrew Tate (pictured Feb. 27), who is currently being held in Romania on charges of organized crime and human trafficking, has a “lesion to his lung,” a Romanian news site claimed after saying he obtained his medical documents

However, Romanian officials have said that Tate will receive any medical treatment in Romania, if needed.

Tate was reportedly flying to Dubai in January this year for an emergency bronchoscopy and biopsy of the lesion in his lung, but he and Tristan were arrested in December.

His doctor reportedly wrote in a letter and medical report that an “urgent investigation” was needed into the alleged lesion in Tate’s lung.

The alleged letter said: ‘His case has been discussed at our Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) meeting and he has scheduled a number of further urgent examinations and procedures including a Positron Emission Tomography (PET) CT scan, bronchoscopy and CT tissue collection. guided biopsy.

“It is my professional medical recommendation that Andrew be urgently repatriated to the United Arab Emirates to undergo these medical examinations without delay.

“Time is of the essence and any further delay in the above investigations could have serious negative consequences for Andrew’s physical health.”

Another alleged medical report claimed that Tate had complained of feeling more fatigued and thirstier than usual.

Earlier this week, the Tate brothers lost their latest attempt to be released from prison, with a Romanian court upholding a third extension of their detention.

The divisive influencer will now be held for another 30 days until at least March 29, according to Ramona Bolla, a spokesperson for the Romanian anti-organized crime organization DIICOT.

Bolla said prosecutors also won an appeal on Monday against a court’s decision last week to place two women also in the case under house arrest, rather than full detention. None of the four has yet been formally charged.

It is the third appeal the brothers have lost against decisions to extend their detention while the investigation is ongoing. All four will now remain in prison at least until March 29, Bolla said.

In a document explaining a previous decision to keep them in prison, the judge took into account the “particular danger of the defendants” and their ability to identify victims “with heightened vulnerability, seeking better life chances” .

Tate, who has been living in Romania since 2017, was previously banned from several social media platforms for expressing misogynistic views and hate speech.

He has repeatedly claimed that Romanian prosecutors have no evidence and claimed that their case is a “political” conspiracy designed to silence him.

DIICOT said in a statement following their December arrests that it had identified six victims in the human trafficking case who suffered “acts of physical violence and mental coercion” and were sexually exploited by members of the alleged crime group.

Pictured: Andrew Tate (left) and his brother arrive Monday at a Romanian court where they lost their appeals for release from prison

Pictured: Andrew Tate (left) and his brother arrive Monday at a Romanian court where they lost their appeals for release from prison

The agency said victims were lured with pretenses of love and later intimidated, placed under surveillance and subjected to other control tactics while coerced into committing pornographic acts for the crime group’s financial gain.

Since their arrest, the brothers have reportedly demanded that prison guards bring them a PlayStation and a hairstylist, Romanian News reports. Gandul. But the pair have been turned down by officials who have rejected their demands.

Tate, who shaved his head before his arrest and proudly posed with sports cars, has apparently become frustrated with his appearance. But after two months in jail, the millionaire was seen with longer hair that thinned to reveal bald spots.

Tate reportedly complained that he couldn’t shave his head because disposable razors are not allowed in the prison and demanded that a hair stylist be brought in, which was turned down.

Tate and his brother also allegedly asked prison officials to buy them a PlayStation so they could play games in the cell they share.

When the British-American citizen demanded to know where the video game machine was, officials allegedly told him that in custody, “prisoners don’t play, they pray.”

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