Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate boasts about keeping women in his house while he travels in an undated YouTube clip.Andrew Tate/YouTube
  • While staying with Andrew Tate, women are not allowed out.

  • He told women to stay in the house when he left. The date was not clear.

  • Tate was arrested during a human-trafficking investigation.

According to Andrew Tate, women are not allowed out of his house when they stay there.

Tate talked about his lifestyle and how many women stay at his home in the clip highlighted by The Sun.

The exact date of the clip was not known.

"I'm all over the place, so I end up with a bunch of girls just stuck in the house, bored and in love with me," he said. They don't leave the house. They aren't allowed to leave.

He said people think the women can go out with their friends when he's not around.

He told them not to go to the club with their friends. I don't know what kind of man lets his women go to the club without him. It is not possible to say yes. You don't leave the house. There were no restaurants, clubs or anything else.

The company said that Tate was removed from the site for violating its hate- speech policy. Around the time Tate's account went down, the clips were reposted by Insider.

The treatment of women was bragged about by Tate on his website. Half of Tate's employees were his girlfriends at one time, and none were in the adult entertainment industry before they met him.

The "loverboy method" of human traffickers is what he describes.

The video is recirculating after the arrest of Tate.

The men were accused of exploiting women to produce porn for their online business. Tate and the others were held for 24 hours before being released.

At least one woman said she was raped as part of the investigation.

Insider reported that he was arrested on suspicion of rape in the UK in 2015, but the case was dropped. Tate denied the accusations.

Tate has yet to respond to the allegations. In an interview with Gndul, his lawyer attacked the evidence against the Tates, but stopped short of saying they are innocent.

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