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Clown World: Four Years Inside Andrew Tate's Manosphere

Jamie Tahsin, Matt Shea

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Documentary films, Reportage & collected journalism, Media studies, Violence in society, Gender studies: men, Digital lifestyle

The behind-the-scenes story of a four-year investigation into Andrew Tate, exploring how a failed reality TV star turned accused organised criminal managed to become one of the most famous influencers in the world.

In 2022 Andrew Tate went from a little-known kickboxer and failed reality TV star to a figure that would define a new era of misogyny. Tate started the year as a fringe internet celebrity, but by August he was the most Googled man in the world. In that same month, the journalists and filmmakers Matt Shea and Jamie Tahsin were inside his compound, making a documentary that would result in the first women coming forward to accuse him of sexual and physical violence. Tate would end the year in a Romanian jail, facing charges of human trafficking, rape, and being part of an organised crime unit. But the investigations wouldn't stop there.

Part Gonzo journalism, part masculinity rabbit hole, this book takes you on Shea and Tahsin's journey to reveal the dark secrets of Andrew Tate, the machine that brought him here, and the ideology he has unleashed on a generation of young men.

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