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Old 29th Apr 2022, 15:05
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Boris sent to prison..........No not that one

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​​​​Boris Becker sent to the chokey for 2 and a half years
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 15:26
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Game, set and match.....
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 16:18
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-61276378

That's just not cricket...
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 16:35
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He's clearly not the Messiah. Just a very naughty boy.
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 16:38
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Not the first time he’s been in a confined space.

Wasn’t there an ‘adventure’ in a broom cupboard in a London restaurant several years ago?
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I once tried the broom cupboard with a young lady. It was the pantry, rather than the broom cupboard, as we were hungry. It wasn't fun.
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'Boom Boom' banged up? Oh I say!
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 17:16
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Is the outcome even remotely reasonable after reading this piece, if its accurate?

https://judiciaryreport.com/boris_be...m_bankrupt.htm
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 17:20
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Originally Posted by Clop_Clop View Post
Is the outcome even remotely reasonable after reading this piece, if its accurate? There are many gals out there trying to impose maximum mayhem on unsuspecting guys if they are not 100% careful 100% of the time...

https://judiciaryreport.com/boris_be...m_bankrupt.htm
That article reads like it was either machine-translated, or written by a 12-year-old.
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 17:26
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Not the first time he’s been in a confined space.

Wasn’t there an ‘adventure’ in a broom cupboard in a London restaurant several years ago?
BB has been quoted as saying that was the most expensive five seconds of his life.
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 17:33
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Originally Posted by Clop_Clop View Post
Is the outcome even remotely reasonable after reading this piece, if its accurate?

What outcome ? Where is there any relevance to today's verdict ?
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 17:42
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I wish him well. Not easy to cope with being at the top of the world with 17.
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 17:51
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Originally Posted by pasta View Post
That article reads like it was either machine-translated, or written by a 12-year-old.
Writing could be better for sure, but if they manage to keep the facts true, the case is still the same. I don't see why gal #2 should get 2.5 mil as a lump sum for example, for what? Of course child support no question about that, but 2.5 mil plus 30k a month is crazy.....
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 18:06
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What outcome ? Where is there any relevance to today's verdict ?
I think it could explain the background of todays verdict, the chicks had cases back then and destroyed him more or less... He tried to salvage some, but was caught and now go to jail. He probably made 100% of the assets being good on the tennis court and sponsors etc back in the days but it got distributed elsewhere by law...
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 18:11
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I wonder if he will serve much time behind bars in reality ? It's not in anyone's interest, Govt (Taxpayers) cost of the incarceration, creditors who get nothing if he's not earning as a sport's commentator, his family(s) kids etc and so on. He has obviously been somewhat devious and that should be punished, but prison ? What did his tax-evasion in Germany in 2002 have to do with this case, as in that was then and there and a separate matter and case. If memory serves it was his father who had done things on his behalf whilst he was away playing tennis around the world.

I met him twice in the past, once 30yrs ago to do with his main sponsor and in the last few years in an impromptu situation and both times he was affable and gave a nice impression. As noted above he had the world at his feet at an age when most young men would be tentatively branching out into the world. A psychological Everest to be dealt with in the following years. His tumultuous relationship trajectory has been a constant, which I have the suspicion played a part in the above mess in his trial.
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 21:46
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Whilst our Boris may have been a great tennis player, he was a terrible business man.
I seem to recall that the had the unique reputation of being the only person in Germany with a Mercedes Benz franchise, to make a loss !
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 22:13
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At one poimt his net fortune was around 38 Million quid.
He's a daft **** if he's blown all that and I've no sympathy.
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Originally Posted by Clop_Clop View Post
I think it could explain the background of todays verdict, the chicks had cases back then and destroyed him more or less... He tried to salvage some, but was caught and now go to jail. He probably made 100% of the assets being good on the tennis court and sponsors etc back in the days but it got distributed elsewhere by law...

That all sounds like total crap - just where are you looking up any facts ( if any of that can be called facts )? It has nothing to do with "chicks ", Boris is either miserably derelict with his finances , or a total liar.

Let's not forget hat he has a previous sentence for heavy tax-evasion of millions of Euros dating back to 2000 in Munich
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Old 29th Apr 2022, 22:49
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It has nothing to do with "chicks ", Boris is either miserably derelict with his finances , or a total liar.
Perhaps he is not great with his money but like i said, i am not able to verify the facts of the article, but it sounds credible.... If the article is wrong, then things change.,..
But explain then why gal # 2 gets 2.5 million GBP from BB plus 30k per month. Then she tells wife that divorces and get 15 mil plus condo plus alimony plus child support...Three kids lose their fathers presence for some time here as well, my guess is that doesn't really matter where it matters....

The question i had if the outcome of what has happened is in any way reasonable ?



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Old 30th Apr 2022, 02:01
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His conviction is nothing to do with affairs or tax evasion or children. He was declared bankrupt which requires him to turn over all his possessions except his tools of the trade to the official receiver so his creditors get reimbursed. He didn't. He lied. And he continued to hold and run bank accounts. This is holding the system in contempt and as with perjury is taken very seriously by the courts. Surprised he didn't get a longer sentence
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