The 36 year old had been under house arrest since March when he and his brother Tristan alongside two other associates were arrested for human trafficking.
The brothers were first arrested at a property in Bucharest in December last year and held in custody until March - when they were released under house arrest.
In the aftermath of the ruling, Tate maintained his innocence saying he had done nothing wrong.
Tate took to the X social media platform, formerly known as Twitter, to announce his newly found freedom.
He added in his post that he spent 10 months in detention amid an "indictment based on nothing."
Tate has over 7 million followers on social media and has been accused of peddling conspiracy theories online.
He has repeatedly claimed that Romanian prosecutors have no evidence against him and that there is a political conspiracy designed to silence his views.
The British-American, who has been based mainly in Romania since 2017, is an online influencer who has amassed millions of followers, particularly among young men for his what some term as “misogynistic” views.