Social media influencer Andrew Tate has given ‘full access’ to never-before-seen footage for a documentary chronicling his rise to fame, kontol bernanah as well as unpicking the aftermath of his arrest in Romania.
The former kickboxing world champion, who amassed millions of followers across , , Twitter, YouTube and TikTok for his toxic content, is facing allegations of human trafficking and being part of an organised crime gang along with his brother Tristan.
Both siblings will remain in detention until late February after .
Today, Channel 4 announced it had commissioned a 60-minute documentary from the production company Amos Pictures asking how the 36-year-old became so famous. It will seek out figures from his personal life, gather ‘extensive footage’ of him over the past decade and speak to his legions of supporters, the broadcaster said.
Andrew Tate posing with a pizza box — which allegedly alerted authorities to his location
Tate is taken in handcuffs from inside the headquarters of the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism in Bucharest last Thursday
The documentary will be directed by Maggie Gaudin and executive-produced by Dan Reed, who directed the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.
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