Belgian TikTok celebrity and bodybuilder, Frank De Tank, made headlines this weekend after he was arrested on Monday and appeared in court Thursday over dr*g trafficking.
Here is what we know so far about Frank Murugi and those asking for his wife:
According to the Kenyans news portal, Frank De Tank was arrested and deported from Kenya to Belgium to face charges. Wealthy bodybuilder De Tank was accused of unlawfully raising EUR3.5 million.
Frank and Murugi
Frank De Tank and his 22-year-old wife Murugi are both popular on the Chinese video editing app TikTok. They have been married for the past five years.
Murugi’s videos are always packed with a sad face which got many fans worried. According to a new report, she knows what coming for her husband.
Frank De Tank Arrested Where Is His Wife Murugi
Murugi, the 22-year-old Kenya citizen who got married to the Belgian bodybuilder, Frank De Tank she’s currently in her hometown safe and sound.
Frank De Tank Drug Dealer
The Belgian justice is indicting the suspects in connection with the illegal import of two tons of cocaine from South America in 2015 and 2016. The four main suspects are Frank ‘de Tank’ V and three others.
Frank De Tank was arrested with 29 other suspects, his accomplices, they both appeared in court on Thursday, February 10, during the beginning of the trial, where he was expected to take plea and face charges.
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The 42-year-old Frank has over 1 million followers on Tiktok.
He once worked as a dock worker at the Belgian port, where he was arrested and questioned. Later, he agreed to work with the police to assist in the arrest of the trafficking syndicate.
Frank, who has two kids was released on bail and flew to Kenya in 2017 where he rented a house in Nairobi’s leafy suburbs of Milimani to live with his wife, Murugi.
According to the report, his activities on TikTok led to further investigation and he was re-arrested. His trial began on February 11, 2022. Following formality, he could bag a 12-year-sentence or less.
At the of this report, according to a comment from @frank_murugi: “the case was suspended and closed last Friday”