Annie Knight’s recent disclosure on OF, which she proclaimed as the “most active woman” in Australia, garnered attention and criticism from the controversial influencer, Andrew Tate. The 26-year-old Annie Knight gained online fame by sharing details about her lucrative career in the adult industry and her extensive dating history, which includes both men and women.
This story made headlines once again when it was featured in a New York Post article, where Knight defended her diverse career choices against criticism. Andrew Tate, aged 36, came across this article and shared it on his X account, accompanied by the word “Haram.”
“Haram” is an Arabic term denoting actions that are considered forbidden or prohibited under Islamic law. It’s worth noting that Andrew Tate, who was raised Christian, recently converted to Islam in October 2022.
In response to Tate’s post, Annie Knight took to her Instagram to address the Anglo-American influencer and his ongoing legal issues. Currently residing in Romania, Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are facing charges related to rape, human trafficking, and allegations of forming a criminal organization that exploited women.
To illustrate her reaction, Knight shared a screenshot of a text conversation with a friend who had alerted her to Tate’s post. Her initial disbelief led to a humorous query: “This is crazy. I thought he was in prison. Why does he have a phone? Hahaha.” This was followed by her caption on the screenshot: “No, but seriously, how does he have a phone in prison? 😂🤣” It’s important to clarify that Andrew Tate is not currently incarcerated.
Tate had previously been arrested and spent several months in jail following an organized crime investigation in December 2022. Subsequently, he and his brother were placed under house arrest for a period before their geographical restrictions were eased in August. A court decision in Bucharest in September allowed Tate to travel within Romania but not to leave the country.
Throughout this legal ordeal, Andrew Tate has consistently claimed that Romanian prosecutors lack evidence against him, asserting that there is a political conspiracy to silence him. This narrative has been a recurring theme in his public statements regarding the situation.