Boris Becker: prison, bankruptcy, wives, poker and chess, the mega villa in Mallorca, Edberg, Djokovic

In pronouncing the sentence yesterday, the judge, Deborah Taylor, stressed that the former tennis player has not admitted his guilt or felt remorse. There was a total lack of humility on her part. Becker was found guilty of four of the 24 tax offenses he was on trial including property seizure (a royal mansion in Mallorca), debt concealment (he never repaid the approximately $ 3.6 million he borrowed from the Arbuthnot Latham bank). . Not only that: he did not declare real estate in Germany and, to hide money from creditors, he transferred it to other people’s accounts, in most cases family.

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