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Tennis legend Boris Becker is on trial in London because of insolvency proceedings. The "Bild" publishes details - and Becker reacts on Twitter.
attacked the tabloid "Bild" on Twitter. "Julian Reichelt and his paper are not the supreme law, no judges or the police, neither do they decide on good and bad, but are just trying to destroy a person ... me!", Becker wrote on Saturday afternoon on the news platform.
“I won't allow that! Be ashamed! “, Goes on. Becker's contribution was very popular on Saturday. By the afternoon, more than 4000 users marked the post with “Like”.
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Background is an ongoing case in the UK related to Becker's bankruptcy. The former tennis professional is said to have incorrectly presented his assets in connection with his bankruptcy. Becker testified in front of the responsible court in London on Thursday and pleaded innocent. The 52-year-old faces up to seven years in prison.
The "Bild" had reported in detail on the case. On Saturday, for example, the newspaper published an article entitled "Now it's getting serious for Boris! This horror list can put him in jail ”. According to "Bild", the 19 charges were published exclusively.
Becker pleads innocent in all 19 allegations of failure to provide information to the authorities. A bankruptcy court in London had declared Becker insolvent in June 2017. The reason was unpaid debts. Becker is accused of not having reported transactions from the time of the insolvency proceedings in accordance with the requirements.
The insolvency authorities have therefore now initiated criminal investigations against the three-time Wimbledon winner. The next hearing will take place on October 22nd.
On Friday, Becker stated on Twitter that he denied the allegations against himself and that he was defending himself with "all legal means". (with AFP, dpa)
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