Original Article By Ethan Blackshaw At DailyStar.co.uk:

Andrew Tate has spoken out for the first time since he was reportedly arrested in Romania, sending a cryptic five-word tweet to his followers.

The controversial social media personality, 36, was taken into police custody last night (Thursday, December 29) alongside his brother Tristan as part of a human trafficking and rape investigation.

It came following a Twitter spat with climate activist Greta Thunberg that is believed to have possibly led to Tate’s arrest.

There have been reports that pizza boxes spotted in Tate’s video about Thunberg flagged his location to authorities and allowed them to strike. This is yet to be confirmed.

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Today (Friday, December 30) it would appear Tate is out of custody as he tweeted for the first time since his arrest.

The former kickboxer and Big Brother contestant wrote: “The Matrix sent their agents.”

He’s previously said the real world is “similar” to The Matrix films, claiming “you are inside a reality which is false” and controlled by “the people behind the media machine, the people who are in charge of the world”.

Romania’s Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism released a statement yesterday explaining that two British citizens and two Romanian citizens were arrested as part of a probe into an organised crime group.

The Tate brothers were not named explicitly.

In the statement, authorities said six people had been “sexually exploited”, having been “recruited” by the British citizens who they said had misrepresented their intention to enter into a relationship with the victims – the so-called “loverboy method”.

Prosecutors said: “The four suspects… appear to have created an organised crime group with the purpose of recruiting, housing and exploiting women by forcing them to create pornographic content meant to be seen on specialised websites for a cost.

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“They would have gained important sums of money.”

Authorities also released images of guns, knives and money found in Tate’s luxury home following the raid.

Tate, a dual British-American citizen, gained notoriety online in recent months from videos portrayed as male self-help but widely criticised as being misogynistic.

He has previously been banned from Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok although his Twitter ban was lifted following Elon Musk’s takeover.