Romanian authorities seize $4 million of assets in Andrew Tate case

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BUCHAREST (Reuters) – Romanian authorities said they have seized goods and money worth 18 million lei ($3.95 million) as a part of a criminal inquiry into alleged human trafficking that led to the arrest of divisive internet personality Andrew Tate. In the past week, the National Agency for the Management of Seized Assets has taken into administration 29 movable assets, including luxury vehicles and watches, and various amounts of cash in different currencies, it said in a statement late on Saturday. On Saturday, a Reuters reporter saw several cars, including a Rolls-Royce, BMW and Mercedes-Be…

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