Andrew Tate loses bid to return to UK after mum Eileen suffers heart attack as he’s ordered to stay in Romania

Andrew Tate loses bid to return to UK after mum Eileen suffers heart attack as he’s ordered to stay in Romania

ANDREW Tate and his brother have lost their bid to return to the UK to visit their sick mum after she suffered a heart attack.

A spokesperson for Andrew, 37, and Tristan, 35, said their mum Eileen was rushed to hospital on Thursday for emergency surgery.

APAndrew Tate, right, and his brother Tristan outside court in Bucharest, Romania on Friday[/caption]

Tim StewartEileen Tate pictured with her sons Andrew and Tristan[/caption]

Eileen with her kids Andrew, Tristan and Janine in LutonFacebook

The brothers appeared in court on Friday to request an “emergency visit” to the UK.

But the bid was rejected and the pair must remain in Romania.

“If my mother makes it to Christmas she will be spending it alone,” Tristan wrote on X/Twitter after news of their failed bid.

“I still have a clean criminal record. I have been found guilty of nothing.

“We aren’t even at the stage where a judge decides IF there is going to be a trial or not.

“She had a heart attack 27 hours ago.”

On Thursday, a spokesperson for the Tate brothers said Eileen would be undergoing emergency surgery.

“In light of this critical and devastating situation, Andrew and Tristan are hopeful that the court will expedite their request to temporarily leave the country to be with their mother and support her during this challenging time,” they said.

Andrew said: “My mother has had a heart attack and is in hospital.

“I am going to court tomorrow to request an emergency visit to London.”

Andrew and Tristan have reportedly asked for privacy after news of their mum’s illness.

The Tate brothers have made requests to return to the UK before – but are banned from leaving Romania.

They were arrested in December last year as part of a probe into human trafficking, rape, and organised crime.

Former kickboxer and disgraced influencer Andrew and Tristan were charged by police in June as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation.

They are accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and getting them to travel to their villa on the outskirts of Bucharest.

They have denied the allegations of trafficking and rape they are set to face trial over.

Both men are alleged to have pretended to fall in love with the women before getting them to work for their business and making them perform sexual acts on webcams.

Andrew has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, saying that he is a victim of something called The Matrix.

Controversial figure Tate has previously sparked outrage around the world over claims he’s made on social media.

He caused outrage in September 2017 when he said depression was not a real disease.

And later that year, he also claimed women should bear “some responsibility” for being raped, following the allegations made against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

He has been removed from X, formerly known as Twitter, on several occasions and in January last year, the social media site said an account he’d created on the platform was “verified in error”.

As of November, he is also banned from YouTubeTikTok, Facebook, and Instagram.

Tate runs his own online network called “The War Room” which has been described as an “exclusive online network for men”.

Andrew and Tate previously won an appeal to be released from house arrest in Romania in August.

The ruling meant Tate, his brother Tristan and suspects Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu could leave the house, but not the capital and the surrounding Ilfov county.

This lasted for a period of 60 days from August 4 until October 2.

Tim StewartAndrew Tate, second right, pictured with his parents Emory Tate and Eileen Tate, his brother Tristan Tate, left, and sister Janine Tate[/caption]

APAndrew Tate checks his mobile phone inside the Court of Appeal building in Bucharest[/caption]

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