Tennis. Former champion Boris Becker sentenced to two and a half years in prison after bankruptcy

Former German tennis player Boris Becker was sentenced on Friday by British justice to two and a half years in prison on four counts related to his personal bankruptcy.

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Boris Becker, 54, will be specifically imprisoned after being found guilty of hiding 2.5 million pounds sterling (3 million euros at the current rate) in assets and debts to avoid paying his debts.

The six-time Grand Slam winner, who has lived in the UK since 2012, was found guilty of concealing or illegally transferring hundreds of thousands of euros and pounds to avoid settling his debts after declaring bankruptcy on 8 April .

He has been specifically accused of transferring hundreds of thousands of pounds of sterling from a professional account to other accounts, in particular of his ex-wives, not having declared assets in Germany and concealing debts of 825,000 euros and shares. . a company.

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Tennis. Former champion Boris Becker sentenced to two and a half years in prison after bankruptcy

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