Former tennis champion Boris Becker has been freed after eight months in prison for defrauding £ 2.5 million worth of debts and assets and four other charges.
German tennis celebrity Boris Becker, 55, has been devoid of a British prison, the federal government said on Thursday, indicating he is now anticipated to be deported from the nation.
“Any foreign national who is founded guilty of a crime and offered a prison sentence is considered for expulsion at the earliest chance,” the Home Office stated in a declaration while decreasing to comment straight on Becker’s case.
Becker had previously been founded guilty of tax evasion in Germany in 2002, for which he obtained a suspended prison sentence.
He was declared bankrupt in June 2017 over an unpaid debt of more than £3m on his estate in Mallorca, Spain.