If i had a romanian hideaway ....i would try to lure a hottie ...only for about an hour .....though ...after that........... too much fucking talking .........and drama and shit .......so about an hour ....then it's too much yabbering ......yappping ....talking about women shit .........i got shit to do .....an hour and we are all good i mean she has nice cans and legs a bit false and shit ....but thats all good all around americana babe .........
EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Playboy model, 32, claims Andrew Tate 'tried to lure her to his Romanian hideaway' before he was arrested in rape and trafficking probe
- EXCLUSIVE: Andrew Tate tried to lure a former Playboy model to his hideaway
- Carla Howe, 32, told friends that she feels that she had a lucky escape
- He sent 'controlling and aggressive' messages and insisted she 'obey' him
A former Playboy model has told friends how Andrew Tate tried to lure her to his Romanian hideaway.
Carla Howe, 32, said she was shocked and feels that she had a lucky escape after the disgraced influencer was arrested with his brother and subsequently two others in connection with alleged human trafficking and rape.
The blonde model was left 'horrified' as shocking details emerged of how Romanian prosecutors are investigating four suspects for allegedly keeping six women under 'house arrest 24/7 like prisoners'.
Prosecutors in Romania say the brothers allegedly recruited the women on social media platforms and persuaded them to travel to his £600,000 secret bolthole in Bucharest by falsely professing love for them.
The women - including an American citizen - were allegedly held at the property with employees shadowing their every move before being forced to take part in online pornographic videos.
Ms Howe told friends how she believes she may have been one of the intended victims as the tactics bore a chilling similarity to the way Romanian prosecutors allege Tate and his brother tried to strike up a relationship with the victims.
She told friends: 'He wanted me to go to Romania and I was tempted. It makes me think now how it could have gone terribly. I'd probably have ended up not leaving the house ever.'
Ms Howe confided how Tate showered her with compliments and romantic messages after they began to chat online when he sent a private message to her Instagram account in February.
But she claimed she quickly learned of a darker side of his character when his messages became 'controlling and aggressive'.
Ms Howe told friends how he tried to ban her from going on holiday to Spain with a girlfriend and insisted she had to 'obey' him.
Despite her concerns their chats continued and Ms Howe told friends how she was surprised when out of the blue Tate told her he was in Romania and asked her to fly out to visit him.
At first she told him she couldn't 'come to another country to meet someone I've never met'.
But she reconsidered and spoke to a friend who agreed to go with her in August.
In the end she did not travel there as their communications stopped abruptly when Tate was banned from the social media platform.
She told friends that she feels: 'I had a lucky escape. I thought I would give him a chance and was tempted to have a relationship with him.
'Maybe God saved me from that happening.
'Things could have turned out very differently if I had gone - I hate to think.
'A lot of people think that as he is famous he wouldn't do anything bad but we're in a new day and age. Just because of who he is doesn't mean he isn't capable of other things.
'I had so many people contacting me after he was arrested. I was like "Oh my God - it gets worse".'
Romanian investigators began their probe when the US embassy in Bucharest raised the alarm after diplomats discovered that an American woman was being held against her will in the city.
The 22-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had managed to recover her mobile phone and call her boyfriend in the US who alerted the embassy.
Ms Howe was left shaken after seeing images of police working for Romania's organised crime and terrorism agency leading Tate and his brother, Tristan, away from his property in handcuffs.
A video of the raid released by police showed officers recovering guns, knives and money.
Ms Howe - who lived in LA for 10 years and moved into Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion with her twin sister Melissa in 2011 - was ready to pack her bags and head to Bucharest despite alarm bells ringing during their online exchanges.
A close friend told MailOnline: 'She is very spontaneous in doing things, that's the problem.
'She was surprised when he asked her to go out to Romania. He has a very luxurious lifestyle with expensive cars and travels on private jets but nobody has any idea where the money comes from.