Andrew Tate has revealed his first plan after his release from Romanian prison alongside brother Tristan Tate
Andrew Tate, who alongside his brother released from Romanian prison on Friday, has revealed his first plan.
The controversial influencer shared in his future plan in first ever speech after getting free from the jail, where he was detained since December 2022, shared his next plan.
"I'm a little bit emotional, I've been in one room since last year so it's a little bit emotional. I wanna give respect to the judges who heard us today because they were very attentive and they listened to us" told the former kickboxer.
"I have no resentment in my heart for the country of Romania or anybody else. I just believe in the truth. I believe in God and that the fire of truth will eventually burn the lies" he added.
Tate went on to express his innocence, saying he believes the court will find him innocent of all accusations.
The social media influencer also shared what he plans on doing first now that he has been released from jail.
"When I was in jail I did 7,417 pushups," Tate said. "I want to get to 10,000 before the end of the week."
Tate brothers were released after the successful appeal against their detention, while staying behind the bars for more than three months.
The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled in favor of Tate, who will remain under house arrest until his investigation continues.
Andrew and Tristan Tate were arrested from their residence in Romania in December over the allegations of sexual assault, trafficking and organized crimes.