Andrew Tate's vehicles seized by Romanian police amid sex abuse investigation

Controversial internet personality Andrew Tate and his brother have had 11 luxury vehicles seized by police in Romania amid their investigation into alleged human trafficking and rape.

The sports cars - worth millions of dollars - were taken from Tate's property in Bucharest, Romania and included two Ferraris, a Porsche, a Rolls-Royce Wraith and an Aston Martin Vanquish S Ultimate, Insider reported.

One of the luxury vehicles police seized was the $US 2.9 million (NZ$4.6 million) Bugatti Chiron, of which Tate posted a photo on Twitter to mock Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg before he was arrested.

Authorities seized the vehicles from Tate and his brother after they and two Romanian women were arrested on December 29 for allegedly keeping six women as "virtual prisoners" and forcing them to have sex on camera for the subscribers of the social media influencer's show 'Hustler University', New York Post reported.

Tate's vehicles will be held by authorities during the course of the investigation and could ultimately be given as damages to the alleged victims, Romania’s Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) investigations agency spokesperson Ramona Bolla told Insider.

According to New York Post, the US$300,000 (NZ$476,541) Rolls-Royce Wraith was purchased by Tate and his brother in a Youtube video.