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Does Andrew Tate have lung cancer? What Leaked Medical Documents Reveal

American-British influencer Andrew Tate may have lung cancer, according to a letter allegedly written by his doctor in Dubai.

The letter from Tate’s GP at King’s College Hospital in the United Arab Emirates suggests he is immediately repatriated to the Gulf nation. The letter and medical reports in English appear to have been translated into Romanian.

Tate is currently in custody in Bucharest on allegations of rape and human trafficking. He has denied any guilt.

Two separate letters, one apparently on February 23 and another on January 3 – days after his December 29 arrest along with his brother Tristan and two women who are Romanian nationals – said Tate suffered a “worrying” lesion his “upper right lung”.

The alleged letter and medical report outlined possible diagnoses for the lesion and listed the tests Tate underwent in Dubai back in December, according to the Romanian news site Spy Newswhich first published the letter in which the doctor appears to be calling for an “urgent evaluation” of the lesions.

The letter states: “His case was discussed at our MDT (Multidisciplinary Team) meeting and a number of other urgent examinations and procedures were scheduled for him, including a PET-CT (positron emission tomography) scan, a bronchoscopy and a tissue sampling guided by CT biopsy.

“It is my professional medical recommendation that Andrew be urgently repatriated to the United Arab Emirates to undergo these medical assessments without delay. Time is of the essence and any further delay in the above investigations could have a serious negative impact on Andrew’s physical health.”

The doctor’s name was withheld from publication.

According to the letter, which has not been independently verified news week, the former kickboxer, 36, complained of feeling more tired than normal and having low levels of vitamin D and B12. He also complained of increased thirst and urination at night, according to the attached medical report.

The avid cigar smoker discovered the lesion on his lung in March 2022 while undergoing a health screening to obtain his Emirates ID card and was “reassured” at the time that the mass was “probably benign”, but it He was advised to have further tests, according to a doctor’s report that recommended a tissue biopsy.

Tate and his brother have been in detention since their arrest last year while Romania’s anti-organized crime agency, the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism, investigates allegations of sexual assault and exploitation.

DIICOT is investigating the Tate brothers and the two women for allegedly coercing six women into producing pornography by threatening “acts of physical violence and psychological coercion”. Tate is also facing rape charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in March last year.

In February, a court in Bucharest granted prosecutors’ request to extend the man’s detention by 30 days as investigations continued. The two women have been released from prison and remain under house arrest. All four have denied their guilt on the charges.

Tate starred in the reality show Big Brother in the UK in 2016, where he made headlines with his misogynist remarks.

He faced backlash for his comments in 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement, when he said women “have to have some responsibility” when someone rapes them.

In 2013, a woman in the UK accused Tate of rape, but police said they have not charged him with a crime Vice. When contacted, Tate’s attorney said Vice he was “too busy” to talk about “old allegations”. Two other women reportedly accused Tate of violence in 2015 — one woman alleged assault and another alleged rape — according to a Vice Report. Tate, who responded through an attorney, denied both allegations.

British prosecutors declined to bring charges against Tate on any of the allegations in 2019. Vice reported.

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) Sexual Assault Hotline specialists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phone (1 (800) 656-4673) and online chat. Additional group support is also available through the mobile app.

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