ANDREW Tate has bragged about his Bugatti, which is set to be seized by cops, in a bizarre rant from jail.
The 36-year-old misogynist influencer also boasts about being the “most Googled man” as he remains behind bars accused of sex trafficking and rape.
Tim StewartAndrew Tate’s £5million Bugatti is set to be seized by cops[/caption]
AFPTate pictured outside a court in Bucharest[/caption]
The disgraced influencer is in jail accused sex trafficking and rape
Prosecutors want to take control of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport along with a property on the exclusive artificial island of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, sources told The Sun Online.
In response he bragged: “Everybody wishes they were me when I’m in my Bugatti.”
Tate went on to claim he is the “the most googled man on the planet” adding “without a reaction” in his regular newsletter to subscribers from bars.
Tate’s prized Bugatti is one of just 60 such cars in the world, being capable of going from 0 to 60mph in just 2.4 seconds with a top speed of 305mph.
It is regarded as one of the fastest, most expensive and luxurious supercars in the world.
The Bugatti is the same one which he used to taunt eco-activist Greta Thunberg, in which shared pictures of himself with a pizza on Twitter came just days before he was arrested.
Tate’s money and his assets are being chased down by Romanian organised crime-busting cops, DIICOT, as part of the wide-ranging probe.
Some £6million worth of supercars – including a Rolls Royce, Aston Martin and Lamborghini – have already been seized from his compound in Romania.
Romanian police are seizing the assets pending the criminal investigation and should Tate be convicted, it is believed they will be auctioned off.
It comes as an X Factor singer has revealed she “dodged a bullet” after matching with Andrew Tate on a dating app.
Janet Devlin, who rose to fame on the eight series of the show in 2011, revealed she exchanged numbers with the disgraced media personality.
“He had my number, I think we exchanged numbers, and he called me and I stayed on this phone call,” the 28-year-old explained on the Sly Guy Podcast with comedian Dave Elliot.
“I can’t remember anything that was said I just remember being like, ugh, icky vibe. I just got the ick.”
Meanwhile, a woman who worked as a web cam girl for Tate alleged he strangled her until she passed out.
The woman, who’s now helping the prosecution, told the BBC she was approached “completely out of the blue” by Tate on Facebook.
Tate said he wanted her to be his girlfriend and persuaded her to visit him in Romania then to work as a webcam girl.
But she said Tate became increasingly controlling, fining her if out without his permission and he then became violent.
The woman – who was given the pseudonym Sophie by the BBC – explained that “most of the violence was sexual.
She said “that’s obviously something that he’s into” and “used to strangle me, to the point where I passed out”.
Sophie even described how she was pressured to get a tattoo of Tate’s name on her arm.
The Tates have now hired as their lawyer Tina Glandian, who has represented disgraced stars Chris Brown, Mike Tyson and Jussie Smollett.
Andrew and Tristan Tate both deny all allegations against them.
YOUTUBE/EMIR OF DUBAITate’s £20million Dubai villa is also reportedly being probed by police[/caption]
THE SLY GUY PODCASTJanet revealed she matched with Tate on a dating app[/caption]