‘Dangerous misogynist’ Andrew Tate booted from Instagram and Facebook

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Controversial online influencer and self-described misogynist Andrew Tate has been banned from Meta platforms Instagram and Facebook.

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The former kickboxer and reality TV star was removed for violating Meta policies “on dangerous organizations and individuals”, the company confirmed by email.

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Tate first rose to prominence after appearing on TV show Big Brother in 2016, when he was removed from the series after a video of him beating a woman outside the show surfaced.

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Since then, he has garnered backlash for his posts across social media, which domestic abuse charities have called “extreme misogyny”.

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He stated on Twitter in 2017 that women belong in home and that rape victims “bear responsibility” for their attack, after which Twitter permanently banned him from the platform.

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Tate has grown a following for his advice videos to men, many of them veering into sexist territory.

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On one YouTube video, Tate described himself as “absolutely a misogynist”. He said: “I’m a realist and when you’re a realist you’re sexist.

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There’s no way you can be rooted in reality and not be sexist.” Tate characterized many of his videos as parody, stating he was “playing a comedic character”.

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