Andrew Tate’s alleged tips for convincing women to work on webcam shared after arrestScreenshots circulated on social media have appeared to provide insight into the world of former kickboxer turned social media influencer.

Screenshots of what is alleged to be the website of Andrew Tate are circulating online following the controversial influencer’s arrest in Romania earlier today. The pictures appear to provide insight into a business model they refer to as a “webcam studio.”

The first screenshot, which shows the same branding, images, and font as Mr Tate’s website,, displays the following text under the subheading “Who am I?”

“My name is Andrew Tate,” it reads. “I’m a retired 4 x World Champion kickboxer who is now a multi-millionaire, and I’m the most competent person on the entire planet to teach you about male-female interactions. How did I become rich? Webcam.”

The image goes on to show the subhead: “Why am I an expert on all male-female interaction?”

It explains: “I’ve been running a webcam studio for nearly a decade. I’ve had over 75 girls work for me, and my business model is different than 99% of webcam studio owners. ”

“Over 50% of my employees were actually my girlfriend at the time and, of all my girlfriends, NONE were in the adult entertainment industry before they met me.”

The second screenshot goes on to state, “my job was to get women to fall in love with me,” and goes on to talk about sleeping with women to test their “quality” before getting them on webcam “so we could become rich together”.

“Whether you agree or disagree with that I did with their loyalty, submission, and love for me doesn’t matter” it goes on to state, “My girlfriends would do more for me 99.9% of men’s wives would do for them.”

In the final section of the screenshot, subtitled “What did I learn in this job?” the text talks of the difficulties of “keeping 4 girlfriends happy” and says, “all women are not created equal”.

It refers to a “PhD system” as a means “to extremely efficiently get women to fall in love with me”.

The text ends by saying: “That’s IT, and no one else on the internet is teaching this. NO ONE.”

Andrew Tate, the self-proclaimed “king of toxic masculinity”, was detained along with his brother Tristan on suspicion of rape, human trafficking, and forming an organised crime group.