Kickboxer Andrew Tate BANNED from Instagram and Facebook after sharing disturbing views about women in online videos | The Sun

ANDREW Tate has been banned from Instagram and Facebook after a string of misogynistic rants.

Ex-Big Brother contestant Tate, 35, has been condemned in recent months after sharing his disturbing views about women in online videos.

According to the BBC, Meta said it had removed the British-American kickboxer from its platforms for violating its policies on dangerous organisations and individuals.

He had more than 4.6million Instagram followers at the time his Instagram account was banned.

Tate, who was born in Luton, now lives in Romania.

His views have been described as extreme misogyny by domestic abuse charities – and concerns have been raised about the radicalisation of men and boys to copy him offline.

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Videos of him on TikTok have been watched 11.6billion times.

In a now deleted YouTube video, he claimed part of the reason he moved to Romania is because he believed cops in Eastern Europe would be less likely to pursue rape allegations.

And back in 2016, Tate was kicked out of Big Brother after a video emerged of him hitting a woman with a belt.

In 2017, he was slammed by mental health charities for saying depression "isn’t real".

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