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Andrew Tate claims he was ‘coerced’ into Piers Morgan TV interview – Live



Andrew Tate has been grilled by Piers Morgan in a new interview

(Talk TV)

Controversial influencer Andrew Tate has claimed he was “coerced” into an interview as he was questioned on allegations of rape and human trafficking in a new interview with Piers Morgan.

Both he and his brother Tristan are currently awaiting trial in Romania on allegations of forming a criminal gang to exploit women, which they both deny.

They will appear in the first of two episodes on TalkTV this evening, with news of the interview dividing opinion, with many calling for a boycott of the show and criticising the broadcaster for offering the brothers “a platform’.

In a 40-second clip released on social media site X, Tate can be seen denying that he is a “fantasist” and claims that he was the victim of a “Matrix attack”, before angrily responding: “I was coerced into this interview!”.

Morgan last interviewed the former kickboxer in December 2022, just eight days before Tate was arrested, in which he affirmed his belief that women were “given” to their husbands in marriage.

Tate first gained notoriety during the 2016 season of Big Brother in the UK, since then he has amassed a fanbase of young boys and men by styling himself as an alpha male lifestyle coach on social media.


Morgan questions Tate on the ‘loverboy method’

The method is a term that refers to men who use tactics to coerce vulnerable individuals into exploitation.

Tate pushed back: “Do you know what ‘loverboy method’ means? Being nice. ‘He was nice and polite and kind and they really liked him as a person, and he told them how to do TikTok’. He’s a lover boy!”

“I was nice to girls who asked me for TikTok advice, I didn’t beat or force them,” he said.

He then accused Morgan of using the “loverboy method” and of “coercing” them into the interview.

Holly Evans20 November 2023 20:34


Andrew Tate denies accusations as ‘garbage’

Tate has called the charges levied against him “garbage.”

He claimed that he was “thrown in jail” for his opinions on the coronavirus pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

Andrew added: “The whole thing is a joke.”

When questioned why this would cause him to be thrown in jail, he said: “I was the most googled peson on the planet and I had the most affinity with the most troublesome demographic for the matrix.”

Holly Evans20 November 2023 20:29


‘God has been paying my bills’

When questioned on how he was able to finance himself following the seizure of his bank accounts, he said: “God has been paying my bills.”

He revealed that he had 15 cars and six properties seized as well as a number of diamond watches and other assets which amounted to £16 or £17 million.

He added that he is yet to have these assets returned.

Holly Evans20 November 2023 20:21


Tate describes cockroaches and Romanian jail conditions

Asked about the conditions of the Romanian president where he was being held, Tate said: “It’s exactly as bad as people expect it to be. Luckily it was in winter so the cockroaches weren’t too bad.”

He added that there had been an “infestation” of cockroaches and there he had kept himself entertained by killing them as well as doing “thousands of push ups a day”.

He denied crying but stated he had tears rolling down his face. “I’m an emotional man, I think men are hyper emotional we just have to control it,” he said.

“I was in the middle of a battle, I don’t think you get PTSD when you are fighting.”

Holly Evans20 November 2023 20:15


Influencer describes legal case as ‘ridiculous’

When discussing his legal issues with Piers Morgan, he described the case against him as “insane” and “ridiculous”.

He is facing trial in Romania after being accused of rape and human trafficking charges.

Holly Evans20 November 2023 20:11


Tate describes recent year as ‘turbulent’

Andrew Tate has described his last year as a “turbulent time”, after he was arrested eight days after his last Piers Morgan interview.

He described being inside a “Romanian dungeon” for 93 days and added: “It’s certainly been an interesting one.”

Holly Evans20 November 2023 20:06


Piers Morgan Uncensored interview to air at 8pm

The interview with controversial influencer Andrew Tate is due to air on TalkTV at 8pm.

The two are expected to discuss his ongoing legal issues, Covid-19 and the Israel-Gaza conflict.

Holly Evans20 November 2023 19:55


Piers Morgan defends interview with Andrew Tate

Earlier today, Piers Morgan defended his upcoming interview with Andrew Tate, by insisting the “more light you shine on these characters, the better”.

Questioned during an appearance on TalkToday whether the Tates should be given a platform, Morgan told TalkToday: “With these kinds of characters, the more light you shine on them the better, actually. The more you actually hold their feet to the fire a bit.”

In a post on social media, the broadcaster promised: “Andrew Tate returns to ⁦@PiersUncensored⁩ for the first time since his arrest 8 days after our last interview. It’s an extraordinary encounter. Jail, tears, rage, misogyny, covid, the Israel/Hamas war. Nothing off-limits.”

(Talk TV)

Holly Evans20 November 2023 19:43


Inside Rumble, the YouTube alternative beloved by Russell Brand and the Trumps

All is not lost for Russell Brand. Despite the allegations of rape, sexual assault and emotional abuse made against him, all of which he vehemently denies, and his subsequent exile from mainstream media, one platform is currently touting its close proximity to the star as a selling point.

“Join Rumble today,” former Fox News presenter and Rumble bankroller Dan Bongino said earlier this week. “Russell is already there.”

Read all about the YouTube alternative dominated by controversial voices here

Holly Evans20 November 2023 19:00


Lawyers of alleged Andrew Tate’s victims say their clients are being harassed and intimidated

Lawyers for the alleged abuse victims of Andrew Tate, the divisive social media influencer charged with rape and human trafficking, said that their clients are being subjected to harassment and intimidation by the accused and his followers meant to silence them.

Speaking at a news conference held at a central Bucharest hotel the lawyers, who represent a legal team from the United States and another from the United Kingdom, said they wanted to take a “united stand” against Tate and his followers and address “ongoing attempts to silence those who are speaking out.”

The 36-year-old Tate, a former professional kickboxer, is also charged in Romania with forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women. He has amassed 8 million followers on the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.

Read the full article from October below

Holly Evans20 November 2023 18:30

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