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Inside Andrew Tate’s warped Fight Club-style ‘university’ as students vow to ‘destroy the matrix’ for their ‘commander’

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STUDENTS of Andrew Tate’s warped Fight Club-style university have vowed to “destroy the matrix” for their “commander”.
Originally called Hustler’s University, the disgraced influencer’s twisted “academy” claims to have drummed up an army of 200,000 followers.
Andrew Tate has been behind bars since December last year7Andrew Tate has been behind bars since December last yearCredit: Andrew TateAndrew's luxury villa in Romania, where his 'university' is registered7Andrew’s luxury villa in Romania, where his ‘university’ is registeredCredit: GoogleInside Andrew and Tristan's Romanian lair7Inside Andrew and Tristan’s Romanian lairCredit: Andrew TateAndrew's twisted 'academy' is said to have 200,000 members7Andrew’s twisted ‘academy’ is said to have 200,000 membersCredit: instagramAndrew and his brother Tristan are currently behind bars in Romania as part of a probe into human trafficking, rape, and organised crime.
The former kickboxer spent years creating a warped empire promoting toxic worldviews which has infected legions of fans through TikTok.
Masquerading as lifestyle advice, much of the content is actually highly sexist and promotes violence against women.
His influence has had a worrying spread amongst teenage boys, with one UK MP saying he is “brainwashing” children.
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Despite being in jail facing serious charges, Andrew’s followers have continued to back him.
His “university” – located at his Romanian home – was recently relaunched as “The Real World” after it was briefly shut down during his social media ban.
The building – allegedly the centre of the online sex empire – is registered as a shooting range, allowing guards to carry guns.
In one message board, where Andrew’s students ask him questions, one member asked whether he wanted his followers to “attack the matrix and break it down”.

According to the Independent, they asked: “When they kill you, do you want us to riot to attack the matrix and break it down?
“Or do you have any other plans in place for if they kill you?”
In reference to Andrew being behind bars in Romania, another posted: “We soldiers need to help strengthen each other to prepare for the time when our commander comes back.”
Members of “The Real Life” pay a monthly membership fee of £40 in exchange for advice on how to make money online and “escape slavery” of the nine-to-five.
Andrew has sold the membership as a way of “escaping the matrix” – a reference to the film where computers control people.
His students are encouraged to make fake Tiktok accounts and post videos of him – with one member claiming he had as many as 1,000 fake profiles.
And members are encouraged to keep their identities hidden, and only address each other as “G”.
One member said he “went into a self-induced psychosis and spent nearly a week in hospital” after he became so “obsessed” with the matrix and earning cash.
It comes after The Sun revealed YouTube is still promoting Andrew’s business despite him facing the horrifying charges.
Adverts for the disgraced influencer’s programme were seen on the video-sharing platform earlier this month.
Andrew is also still flogging online shout-outs to fans for £4,000 a pop on Cameo despite being locked up in jail.
It’s thought his whopping fee makes him the second most expensive celeb on the personalised video site – behind only Floyd Mayweather who charges a hefty £12,267.
Andrew and Tristan, along with two female suspects, were detained in Bucharest by Romanian anti-organised crime prosecutors pending a criminal investigation last month.
They are accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and persuading them to travel to their £600k villa on the outskirts of the country’s capital.
The brothers would allegedly falsely claim to be in love with the young women, before making them perform sexual acts on webcams.
Women were forced to film porn videos in the compound and were kept under 24/7 house arrest, according to Romanian investigators.
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Prosecutors also said one of the brothers raped one of the victims in March of last year, which is when the investigation started.
Court transcripts reveal how Andrew would try to force women to get his name tattooed on them – claiming that at least two already had done so.
Andrew Tate has been behind bars in Romania since December7Andrew Tate has been behind bars in Romania since DecemberCredit: APAndrew and his brother Tristan were arrested in Romania7Andrew and his brother Tristan were arrested in RomaniaCredit: instagramCops have seized Andrew Tate's luxury car collection worth millions7Cops have seized Andrew Tate’s luxury car collection worth millionsCredit: AFP
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