Andrew Tate admits he thought he would NEVER be released and the film helped him accept his fate by sending emails after being released from prison
ANDREW Tate has finally released his promised email to his fans, in which he admits he thought he would “never” be released from prison.
The disgraced influencer’s rambling disclosure email reveals that Tate used quotes from the Shawshank Redemption film to help him get through his time behind bars, along with other bizarre revelations.
The letter sent to his fans reads: “While I was in prison… there were many thoughts that passed through my head. Incessant and persistent, some more pleasant than others.
“I could use my iron wits to absolutely destroy them and force a more manageable contemplation.”
The foray continues with quotes from The Shawshank Redemption that helped the self-proclaimed misogynist stay hopeful during his 10 weeks in a Romanian “hell hole” prison.
“The true story of The Shawshank Redemption is one of optimism versus pessimism,” he muses.
“When you really think you screwed up, the system is against you and you’re never getting out, a strange sense of calm comes over you.”
“As I accepted that I might never get out of prison, I felt BETTER.
Is not that crazy?”
The former kickboxer continues with his smug story of hardship at the hands of Romanian law enforcement.
“In prison, they decided when I woke up, when I slept, when I ate and where I went,” he sobs.
He then relates this experience to normal life, saying, “In your life, your boss decides when you wake up and when you eat, and your bank decides where you go.
“You are in prison. You are not free.”
He then weaves his monologue into another film – The Matrix – telling his fans, “You are INSIDE the Matrix.
“These people design the matrix. They build your life and they control your life.”
The strange email comes as the former kickboxer, 36, and his brother Tristan, 34, have been released from prison and placed under house arrest for 30 days.
Both men and their two alleged “angels” – Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu – remain under investigation by Romanian police officers for sex trafficking and organized crime.
Tate and his brother returned to their lavish estate in Pipera, Voluntari, on the outskirts of Bucharest amid a media circus.
They are accused of soliciting women on social media platforms and persuading them to travel to their £600,000 mansion on the outskirts of the Romanian capital.
The brothers would allegedly falsely claim to be in love with the young women before allowing them to engage in sexual acts in front of webcams.
According to Romanian investigators, the women were forced to film porn videos on the premises and were under 24-hour house arrest.
Both deny any wrongdoing and no charges have yet been filed.
She has not been silent since leaving prison on Friday after a successful appeal against the decision to extend her incarceration for another 30 days.
Fresh out of prison, where he has been since December 29, he tweeted: “I win. No tears.”
He told reporters outside his home: “Freedom at last! I’m a little excited,” Romanian broadcaster Cancan reported.
“I only believe in the truth… I believe that in the end justice will prevail and that there is a zero percent chance that I will be found guilty of something I didn’t do.”
His latest tirade, emailed to loyal fans, ends with the influencer referring to himself in the third person.
“Andy fought in prison. But Andy escaped from prison,” he writes, along with a confusing metaphor about enslavement.
Meanwhile, Tate has frantically sent out a barrage of cryptic tweets since leaving prison, including a bizarre romantic message yesterday.
The embarrassed life coach shared a picture with the quote: “She says ‘When do we meet? I say: after a year and a war.
“She says: When will a war end? I’ll say when we meet.”
Even his fans are confused with comments saying, “Huh?” or what?”.
The strange Lovey Dovey message came very soon after a video of the social media creator pacing angrily with a cigar in hand.
“Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans. Vivid pain,” he said in reference to his time behind bars.
Then he added a cryptic message who said, “We must defeat shaytan.”
Shaytan is an evil demonic spirit in Islam that tempts people into sin, adding further confusion to Tate’s tirades.
His brother Tristan is also getting involved in the commotion, openly criticizing anyone who didn’t support him in prison.
He also shared some angry words about his suspension from Instagram.
https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/10460561/andrew-tate-never-freed-jail-email/ Andrew Tate admits he thought he would NEVER be released and the film helped him accept his fate by sending emails after being released from prison