Amanda Holden cruelly mum-shamed by Andrew Tate after posting bikini snap
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Andrew Tate has been called out for harshly mum-shaming Amanda Holden on social media.
The controversial social media personality is currently on house arrest for rape and human trafficking charges.
Earlier this month, a Romanian court ruled to extend Tate's house arrest, a month after prosecutors formally indicted the 36-year-old along with his brother Tristan and two Romanian women in the same case.
All four defendants — who were arrested in late December near Bucharest and have denied the allegations against them — will remain under house arrest.
At the time, Tate told journalists: “The moral arc of the universe bends towards justice in the end. My brother and I are extremely resilient people. In the end justice shall be served.
“We’re feeling like things are going to work out perfectly in the end — and until then we’re going to follow the judicial process.”
While Tate has been removed from Instagram, his profile was re-activated on Twitter (now known as X) following Elon Musk's takeover last year.
And unfortunately, Tate has been using the platform to voice his controversial opinions - including deciding to shame others, with Amanda Holden being the latest to be called out.
But Tate replied to the picture, writing: "You are a wife and a mother and you're far past a teenager. There is no need for this post."
Fans of the Britain's Got Talent judge quickly jumped to her defence, with one writing: "mr. andrew tate, there's no need for your judging comment. thank you."
A second person commented: "Weird take this time," as another added: "but you had many topless photos of yourself also."
While someone else also thought: "You should stay in your lane Andrew. There is no need for this post."
Tyla has contacted Amanda Holden and Andrew Tate's representatives for comment.
After spending three months in police detention in Bucharest, the Tate brothers won an appeal on March 31 to be moved to house arrest.
In June, Romania’s anti-organised crime agency known as Diicot asked judges to extend the house arrest measure after the agency filed its investigation.
Tate, who has been accused of peddling conspiracy theories online, has repeatedly claimed prosecutors have no evidence against him and there is a political conspiracy designed to silence him.