ANDREW Tate shared a bizarre shirtless video as he shared a cryptic message after being released from prison.
The former kickboxer, 36, and his brother Tristan, 34, have placed under house arrest as they were freed from jail.
Both men and their two alleged "angels" – Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu – remain under investigation in a sex trafficking and organised crime probe by Romanian cops.
Tate and his brother returned to their lavish compound in Pipera, Voluntari, on the outskirts of Bucharest.
The influencer also posted a clip of him shirtless pacing back and forth in his home while smoking a cigar.
"Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans. Vivid pain." he said, in reference to his time behind bars.
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And in a cryptic message, he added: "We must defeat Shaytan."
Shaytan is an evil demonic spirit in Islam that tempts humans into sin.
Tate also spoke to waiting reporters outside his home amid the media circus.
"Freedom, finally! I'm a little excited," he said, reports Romanian outlet Cancan.
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"I have no resentment towards Romania or anyone else in the country, I only believe in the truth."
He went on: "I believe in the end justice will prevail and there is a 0 percent chance that I will be found guilty of something I did not do.
"I'm innocent and I think everyone understands tat and I'm glad to be home."
And he revealed how he had been spending his time behind bars, saying he had been focusing on push-ups and reading the Quran.
After his release, Tate retweeted a flurry of messages from his supporters, also posting the message "I win. No tears".
He was referencing a previous tweet were he said he had "almost" cried at his plight while in prison.
The Tates and the "angels" had been fighting to be released since they were detained on December 29 as part of a probe into human trafficking and rape allegations.
Ramona Bolla, a spokesperson for Romania's anti-organised crime agency, said all four will remain under house arrest until April 29.
They have been ordered to stay in the buildings where they live – unless they have permission from the courts to leave.
Tate had been going to and from court as his legal team fought against the arrest warrant and the extensions to his detention.
A spokesperson for Andrew and Tristan Tate said: "We are ecstatic to announce the Romanian judicial system approved Andrew’s and Tristan Tate’s appeal against last week’s extension decision.
"They will be placed under house arrest while the investigation continues.
"We are appreciative of the judge and courts for allowing the brothers to return home."
Tate's team previously claimed he needed to be released from prison to seek treatment with his doctor in Dubai.
The brothers were detained in a Romanian jail for more than 10 weeks amid allegations of human trafficking, organised crime and rape.
They are accused of recruiting women on social media platforms and persuading them to travel to their £600,000 villa on the outskirts of Romania's capital.
The brothers would allegedly falsely claim to be in love with the young women, before making them perform sexual acts on webcams.
They deny all allegations against them and no charges have yet been brought.
Tate has repeatedly claimed Romanian prosecutors have no evidence.
Misogynist influencer Tate built up an image that appealed to teenage boys – creating an online empire that made him one of the most searched people on Google.
Masquerading as lifestyle advice, much of the content is considered highly sexist and is seen as promoting violence against women.
His influence has had a worrying spread amongst young men and boys, with one UK MP saying he is "brainwashing" children.
Tate initially gained fame after a short-lived appearance on Big Brother.
He was dumped from the reality show after alleged footage of him beating a woman emerged online.
Since then he has sparked revulsion and outrage with a wave of warped content online.
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