The Tate brothers, aged 34 and 36, are charged with multiple counts of human trafficking and rape in Romania.
Controversial online influencer Andrew Tate has been released from house arrest in Romania pending his trial for human trafficking, and placed under judicial supervision.
The Bucharest Court of Appeal made the ruling on Friday.
Tate’s brother Tristan, and other alleged accomplices, are also subject to the new conditions, which are valid for a period of 60 days until early October.
During this period, the brothers, aged 36 and 34 respectively, must report regularly to the police and are not allowed to leave the Bucharest area, where they are charged with human trafficking and rape, without the judge’s consent.
They are also not allowed to meet the two Romanian women co-accused in the case.
Arrested at the end of December, the Tate brothers spent three months in pre-trial detention before being subjected to house arrest, which they have repeatedly contested.
So far, no date for a trial has been set.