ANDREW Tate faces being locked up for 23 hours a day in a cockroach-filled hellhole jail after he was remanded in custody.
The disgraced influencer and his brother were arrested on Thursday after their luxury Romanian mansion was raided by police.
They are under investigation for the alleged kidnapping of two young women at their villa in the town of Voluntari.
Tate and his brother will now be held at a "detention centre" in Romania for 30 days following a custody hearing on Friday.
The jail has not been named but previous reports have laid bare the dire living conditions for prisoners in the country.
One carried out by the Council of Europe's Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment slammed jails in the country.
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Under Romanian laws, prisoners are allowed just one hour a day of "outdoor recreation", which they can use to exercise or read.
The damning report found most prisoners stay locked up for 23 hours a day in their squalid cells.
And the one-hour exercise period takes place in a "small space with little to no natural light".
The report read: "Material conditions in all the prisons visited were generally poor, with cells dilapidated, lacking equipment (storage space, tables and chairs), and mattresses and bedding worn out and infested with bed bugs and cockroaches."
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It also explained how prisoners complain most about a lack of hot water and no heating in the bitter Romanian winters.
Another report claimed prisoners are subjected to brutal treatment at the hands of guards.
It added: "A considerable number of allegations of physical ill-treatment of prisoners by prison staff were received.
"The report details several allegations of physical ill-treatment including sexual abuse by staff and raises serious concerns over the lack of recording of injuries by the health-care service and failures to investigate allegations effectively."
Even those who have not been convicted claimed they were the victims of "slaps, punches, kicks and baton blows inflicted by police officers" after being arrested.
The grim portrait is a world away from the lavish lifestyle enjoyed by Tate.
His online boasts were said to have led to his downfall after he posted a video on Twitter mocking eco-warrior Greta Thunberg.
He offered to send her a list of his 33 cars – including a Bugatti – if she gave him her email address.
Greta responded by offering up the email address "smalld**[email protected]".
A second clip featured a stack of boxes from Romanian pizza chain Jerry's Pizza – seemingly revealing his location.
On Thursday, a statement from Romania's Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) said the men lured victims using the "loverboy method".
They claimed they loved the women and intended to marry them, it is alleged.
DIICOT said female victims were then taken to buildings in Ilfov County, on Bucharest's outskirts, where they were "sexually exploited by group members".
Cops say the suspects used "physical violence and mental coercion" and that victims were forced to perform in pornographic videos for dissemination on social media.
It is the second time Tate's home was raided as part of the investigation, after cops arrived at his door back in April.
Both Tate brothers deny the allegations against them and are next week expected to appeal against the decision to hold them in custody.
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