Though MMA-fighter-turned-outspoken misogynist, turned-Romanian prisoner, and alleged human trafficker Andrew Tate may have long boasted about his net worth, erroneously proclaiming himself as the ”world's first trillionaire,” his actual net worth may be a lot, lot smaller than his boasted 10-figure worth.
Shortly after Romanian authorities indicted Tate and his brother, Tristan Tate, with rape, human trafficking, and forming an organized crime group, earlier this week, the European nation’s Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) offered a much more realistic look at the former athlete’s finances.
Though Tate alleged he had become “a trillionaire quite recently” in a podcast appearance last summer, the Romanian agency estimated Tate’s worth at roughly £10 million (or approximately $12,745,200 USD), one hundred thousandth of the controversial figure’s claims.
Prosecutors ordered the confiscation of the Tate brothers' assets, including 15 luxury cars, luxury watches and about $3 million in cryptocurrency. https://t.co/iWa0D34IYh— FORTUNE (@FortuneMagazine) June 22, 2023
Though it’s unclear what, exactly the Tate brother’s net worth is after the seizure of several assets including cars, high-end watches, and about $3 million in crypto per Fortune, one thing is certain – the “Top G” is anything but.