Boris Becker Judgment Day – Boris Becker Prison Judgment? Three-time Wimbledon champion Boris Becker could face up to six years in prison today. The former tennis star will learn today whether he faces a long prison sentence. Baker was convicted by a British court in his 2017 bankruptcy case: Follow Boris Baker Judgment Day live updates with InsideSport.IN
Baker will hear his fate at Southwark Crown Court in London on Friday.
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Boris Becker’s trial day – the whole thing is explained: The 54-year-old tennis legend has faced time behind bars for failing to declare assets after being declared bankrupt.
- The former tennis champion was convicted of concealing his assets, including a 3 3 million flat at Chelsea.
- The six-time Grand Slam champion was convicted of transferring large sums of money from his business account,
- He did not declare a property in Germany and did not hide a loan of 825,000 euros ($ 866,500) and shares in a technology company.
- He was also accused of using his business account as a piggy bank to transfer money to his ex-wives to cover his children’s expenses, including school fees, and to avoid paying off debts.
Baker said he was “shocked” and “embarrassed” when he was declared bankrupt in June 2017.
He had more than 3 million in unpaid debt on his estate in Mallorca, Spain.
The German, who has lived in Britain since 2012, said he was trying to secure his property with trustees, even offered her a wedding ring and relied on mentors who managed his life away from tennis.
But the former player, who was backed in court by his teammate Lillian de Carvalho Monteiro and eldest son Noah, pleaded guilty to four counts under bankruptcy law.
Boris Baker Judgment Day – Tennis Legends Equal Excellence: At just 17 years old, Baker exploded on the scene in 1985.
He became the youngest singles champion at Wimbledon and the first unseeded player to lift a trophy at an All England club.
Baker’s boyish zeal made him a favorite of the Wimbledon crowd. A year later, he successfully defended his Wimbledon title, defeating world number one Evan Lendl in straight sets in the final.
Baker’s violent performance leads to the nickname ‘Baby Boom Boom’.
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