Shameless Andrew Tate caught speeding at 100mph in £314k Aston Martin while on bail – but escapes with paltry fine

Shameless Andrew Tate caught speeding at 100mph in £314k Aston Martin while on bail – but escapes with paltry fine

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ANDREW Tate was caught speeding at 100mph in his £314k Aston Martin by cops – but escaped with a pathetic fine, The Sun can reveal.

The disgraced influencer, 37, who is currently facing charges of rape and human trafficking in Romania, can now add speeding to his expanding rap sheet.

The moment Tate was caught going 20mph over the speed limit
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The Aston Martin DBS 700 that a source revealed Tate was driving at the time of the incident[/caption]

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He was travelling at 100mph when cops caught up with him[/caption]

Romanian prosecutors are said to be furious by his blatant disregard for the country’s laws.

Instead of the maximum limit of 130 km/h (80mph), Tate was caught over the weekend travelling speed of 161 km/h (100mph), a police source told The Sun.

The source said they were actively investigating the crime but that Tate will not risk house arrest over the road crime.

A spokesman for Tate revealed to The Sun that he was driving a Aston Martin DBS Superleggera 700 – the fastest car the brand produces.

The luxury supercar, which can accelerate from 0-60mph in 3.4 seconds and reaches top speeds of 211mph, is roughly priced around £314k but some models can cost up to £500k.

The source also confirmed the former kickboxer was travelling 20mph over the speed limit – but revealed that Tate escaped with a measly £172 fine.

Judicial sources also told The Sun that it is for the third time since 2019 that Tate has exceeded the speeds limits on Romanian roads.

An insider said: “Andrew Tate does not care at all about respecting Romanian laws and he does not realise the consequences of breaking the Romanian laws, no matter if it is about human trafficking or exceeding the speed limits on roads.”

In previous court appearances over speeding, they revealed that Tate contested the speed the police recorded each time.

They added: “It is the same pattern he uses in the trial regarding the accuses of human trafficking… [he is] an expert in denying reality”.


The policeman who pulled Tate over, Valer Kovacs, has spoken out about the incident online, stating he was shocked about how fast Tate was travelling.

According to the local cop, ahead of Tate was his brother Tristan, 35, travelling in the same car in a different colour.

Kovacs said he wanted to remind road users that no one was above the law – even “VIPS” like Tate.

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“The law applies to all personalities,” he said.

By going 20mph over the speed limit in Romania – where Tate is currently banned from leaving – drivers could be fined up to eight points.

Tate’s car collection

ANDREW Tate has forked out millions to build up a mega collection of supercars – 15 of which have been seized by Romanian cops.

His collection includes:

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The £314,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is a 715bhp V12 machine that looks and sounds incredible.

It’s designed to be one of the sportiest Astons to drive, cracking the 0-62mph sprint in just 3.4 seconds and going on to 211 mph.

Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport

The Bugatti Chiron is one of the fastest and most expensive cars in the world. The Pur Sport version is even rarer and Tate had this copper paint applied to make it truly unique.

It costs a staggering £3.4m, will sprint from 0-62 mph in a mind-bending 2.3 seconds and can go 218 mph, but is entirely road legal.

McLaren 720S

The McLaren 720S has been around for a while now, but it still looks and feels like it was released yesterday.

You can still buy one, which will set you back some £215,000. It’s powered by a twin-turbo V8 that produces 710hp and allows a 211 mph top speed.

Mercedes-AMG 363 Coupe

At ‘just’ £130,000, the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe is probably the cheapest car Tate owns.

It’s still a monster, mind, with a twin-turbo V8 engine pumping out more than 600hp that sounds superb.

Ferrari 812 Superfast

Another of the finest engines ever produced is the one in this Ferrari 812. Its V12 is pure indulgence, sounding other-worldly and producing 800hp.

With a name like Superfast it needs to be quick and quick it is – think 211 mph as a top speed and a sprint to 62mph time of around three seconds. It costs around £300,000.

It follows Andrew and Tristan’s arrest on March 11 as part of the UK’s ongoing “Operation Moonwalk” investigation which is looking into allegations of rape and human trafficking.

Dozens of cops descended on the brothers’ Romanian home to haul them to court after Bedfordshire Police obtained two European arrest warrants.

Once court proceedings in Romanian wrap up, the brothers are set to be extradited to Britain to face 10 allegations made by three victims in the UK.

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Judicial sources claimed some of the victims were drugged and sexually assaulted between 2012 and 2015, Romanian outlet Gandul reported.

They “categorically reject” all new charges.

Both brothers could face life sentences, the insiders claimed.

Just weeks ago, the troubled pair lost their bid to get back £10million worth of assets, including 15 luxury cars seized by Romanian cops in January of last year.

Cars including three Porsche, two BMW, two Ferrari, one Aston Martin, one McLaren, one Lamborghini, and five Mercedes were also seized by Romania‘s organised crime-busting police unit DIICOT.

The self-proclaimed misogynists were arrested in December 2022 on charges of human trafficking, rape and organised crime that date back to 2012 and 2015.

They are still awaiting trial a year later – and deny all charges against them.

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The self-procalimed misogynist could be extradited to the UK along with his brother to face charges of rape and sexual abuse[/caption]

The DBS is based on the DB11, but is a more track focused machine
Tate pictured with yet another Aston Martin super car

The ongoing investigation

Andrew and Tristan were charged by police in June as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation.

They have been accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and getting them to visit their villa on the outskirts of Bucharest.

Both men are alleged to have pretended to fall in love with the women before getting them to work for their business and making them perform sexual acts on webcams.

Last December, the brothers made another bid to return to the UK to visit their sick mum after she suffered a heart attack.

Andrew and Tristan tried to request an “emergency visit” to the UK – but were shot down.

Andrew has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, saying that he is a victim of something called The Matrix.

Controversial figure Tate has previously sparked outrage around the world over claims he’s made on social media.

And later that year, he also claimed women should bear “some responsibility” for being raped, following the allegations made against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

He has been removed from X, formerly known as Twitter, on several occasions and in January last year, the social media site said an account he’d created on the platform was “verified in error”.

As of November, he is also banned from YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram.

Tate runs his own online network called “The War Room” which has been described as an “exclusive online network for men”.

Andrew and Tate previously won an appeal to be released from house arrest in Romania in August last year.

The ruling meant Tate, his brother Tristan and suspects Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu could leave the house, but not the capital and the surrounding Ilfov county.

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ARREST TIMELINE

ANDREW and Tristan Tate are facing more accusations – of rape and sexual assault, from alleged victims in the UK – and will be extradited to Britain.

It comes after the brothers were arrested in December 2022 and charged with human trafficking, rape, and forming an organised crime group to sexually exploit women.

Here is a timeline of everything that’s happened since the Tate brothers were arrested:

DECEMBER 29, 2022: The brothers are detained in Romania for 30 days, along with two women, on suspicion of human trafficking, rape, and forming an organised crime group.

JANUARY 3, 2023: Romanian authorities seize Andrew’s luxury car collection.

JAN 8, 2023: A cryptic tweet is posted to Andrew Tate’s account which reads: “The Matrix has attacked me. But they misunderstand, you cannot kill an idea. Hard to Kill.”

JAN 10, 2023: Andrew appears in court in Bucharest to appeal his detention but the judge rules against him.

MARCH 31, 2023: The Bucharest Court of Appeal rules against a judge’s decision to extend Andrew’s incarceration for a fourth time; Andrew is placed on house arrest.

JUNE 20, 2023: The brothers are formally charged with human trafficking, rape, and forming a criminal gang to sexually exploit women.

JULY 13, 2023: The Tates launch a $5million lawsuit against a Florida woman who they say falsely accused them of imprisoning her in Romania – which led to their arrest there on human trafficking charges.

AUGUST 4, 2023: Andrew wins an appeal to be released from house arrest in Romania as he awaits trial on charges of human trafficking.

DECEMBER 11, 2023: A judge denies the Tate brothers’ appeals to have £10million worth of assets returned to them.

JANUARY 8, 2024: The Bucharest Court of Appeal overturns the decision; the brothers are to have their assets returned to them.

MARCH 12, 2024: Both brothers are arrested in Romania over allegations of sexual aggression in the UK that date back to 2012 and 2015. They deny the allegations.

MARCH 22, 2024: The brothers lost their appeal to get back £10million worth of assets seized by cops.

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