Boris Becker is deported to Germany.
Now the 55-year-old has broken his silence after a stint in prison.
– Becker says they don’t care who you are Watchman.
The rounds have been abounding around former tennis star Boris Becker. Earlier in December, the 55-year-old German was released from prison in England, after being imprisoned for just over eight months.
Baker now spoke frankly to the media for the first time about his time at HMP Huntercombe in Oxfordshire. The interview will be released on German channel Sat 1 on Tuesday night, but a trailer has been released showing a taste of Becker’s comments.
“a very painful lesson”
– You are nobody in jail. You’re just a number, I had the A2923EV. I didn’t call Boris. He says they don’t care who you are enligt sentinel.
– I think I’ve rediscovered the person I used to be. I learned a harsh lesson. A very precious one. very painful. But she also taught me something important and good. And some things happen for a good reason.
Get 5.5 million
according to the sun Becker receives about 435 thousand pounds, or about 5.5 million kroner, for his appearance in the interview.
The German was jailed after hiding his assets in a personal bankruptcy in 2017. He has now been deported to Germany, having qualified for a program designed to save money and reduce pressure on British prisons.
Becker, a three-time Wimbledon champion, has lived in England for 10 years but will not be able to return there until his 2.5-year prison sentence ends in the fall of 2024.
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