Andrew Tate's Real World Portal App: Pyramid Scheme or Educational Tool?

Andrew Tate created an app called "Real World Portal," but it got removed from the App Store because of some serious problems

App Info

Andrew Tate made an app called "Real World Portal" that people had to pay for every month. It cost about $49.99 per month. The app was mainly for young men to learn about different things like money and life

App Removal

Some women in the UK accused Andrew Tate of doing bad things to them, like hurting them and being mean to them

Serious Allegations

 Andrew Tate is in trouble with the law because of what he allegedly did to these women between 2013 and 2016 when he lived in the UK

Legal Trouble

Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan are being accused of using their big online following to get people to pay for the Real World Portal app

Accusation of Tricking People

Andrew Tate's spokesperson says they didn't do anything wrong, and the app is not a scheme to trick people or hurt women. They say many women like the app, and it helps them learn things

Denial from Andrew Tate

Andrew and Tristan Tate are also facing legal problems in Romania, where they are accused of human trafficking. They deny these charges too

Legal Trouble in Romania

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