Real Housewives of Sydney star Lisa Oldfield reveals how her sons, 10 and 12, started spewing ‘terrible misogyny’ after being exposed to Andrew Tate’s toxic videos
Lisa Oldfield revealed on Monday that her pre-teen sons had begun “repeating terrible misogyny” after discovering Andrew Tate on social media.
The Real Housewives of Sydney star shared a meme on Instagram mocking the recent arrest of 36-year-old Tate, saying she was “disturbed” by his influence on young men.
She said that despite being amused by the image, which the podcaster called an “incel,” it was concerning to discover that her 10- and 12-year-old boys follow the online persona.
Lisa Oldfield revealed on Monday that her pre-teen sons began spewing “terrible misogyny” after discovering Andrew Tate on social media. (Pictured: Lisa with one of her sons)
The photo showed a side-by-side view of Tate in and out of prison labeled “incel” and “in cell.”
“As much as I had to chuckle at this meme, I was really disturbed by how much my 10 and 12 year old sons knew about this clown Andrew Tate,” Oldfield wrote in the caption.
“And explains the terrible misogyny they’d been repeating for the past few months.”
The Real Housewives of Sydney star shared a meme on Instagram mocking the recent arrest of 36-year-old Tate, saying she was “disturbed” by his influence on young men. (Pictured: Andrew Tate at his home in Romania shortly before his arrest)
She went on to say she was unable to “watch Harry and Bert 24/7” due to her shared custody arrangement with her ex-husband David Oldfield.
“But I’m glad that after we talked about this idiot, they decided individually that he’s not a good person or someone to follow or emulate. Mothers of the world, talk to your boys!’ she concluded.
It comes just days after it was announced that Tate and his brother Tristan will remain in prison until February 27 after a Romanian court extended their detention.
She went on to say she couldn’t ‘monitor’ Harry and Bert (both pictured) 24/7 due to her shared custody arrangement with her ex-husband David Oldfield
Tate, a British-American citizen with 4.5 million followers on Twitter, was arrested December 29 in Bucharest along with Tristan and two Romanian women on charges of participating in an organized crime group, trafficking and rape.
Today, a judge granted prosecutors a further 30-day extension for their arrest, meaning all four will remain in custody until February 27.
Tate, who is accused of recruiting young women and forcing them to create pornographic content online, was furious at the judge’s decision and said through his lawyers that he is “arrested for a crime of opinion.”
Tate, 36, (pictured) a British-American citizen with 4.5 million followers on Twitter, was arrested December 29 in Bucharest along with Tristan and two Romanian women on charges of joining an organized crime group, trafficking and rape
“We maintain that the Tate brothers are being arrested for an opinion crime practically as we speak, for what they said in the online environment at one point and not for what they actually did in their private lives,” Constantin Ioan Gliga, one of the lawyers of the defense, told Romanian news outlet Gandul.
Gliga added that the decision was “unjustified and totally exaggerated.”
The judge’s ruling came after all four — Tate, Tristan and Luana Radu and Georgiana Naghel — lost an appeal last week to a Bucharest court that ruled to uphold a Dec. 30 judge’s decision to overturn an earlier decision to extend their arrest from 24 hours to 24 hours. 30 days.
Tate is accused of recruiting dozens of women and keeping them under house arrest “as prisoners” while forcing them to create pornographic content online on webcams.