Boris Becker in JAIL – Boris Becker Wandsworth Prison: The first few days in JAIL has not gone down too well for the 3 time Wimbledon champion Boris Becker. Becker is housed in Wandsworth Prison which is just 2 miles away from Wimbledon. The 170-year-old Victorian Prison is known for rampant drug abuse and infestation of rats. It is being reported in UK Media that Becker has already requested for change in his BARRACK as the current one has too many rats in it: Follow Sports News LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN
Boris Becker in JAIL: Becker ‘very uncomfortable’ in RAT INFESTED WANDSWORTH Prison, asked to DYE his hair: Check DETAILS
Becker Asked to DIE his hair: According to prison sources as quoted by The Mail, the three-time Wimbledon champion will spend up to a fortnight in Wandsworth.
This particular jail is a Category B prison, before moving to a lower security Category C jail.
Becker for now has kept away from inmates since arriving on Friday.
Prison sources also confirmed to the publication that Becker for now has been given his own cell. But he is likely to be moved to a shared one this week, a prison source said.
It will be 6ft by 12ft with a concrete floor and a toilet with no seat or privacy curtain.
Wandsworth prison is just two miles from Wimbledon, where Becker won the first of his three titles as a 17-year-old in 1985.
According to a report by The SUN, the CARETAKER & Jailer in the Prison has also asked Becker to DYE his hair so that he can’t get recognised easily.
The former World No 1 Tennis star used to have ginger locks but they are now a bright white.
Why Boris Becker is Jailed? Becker was found guilty of four charges under the Insolvency Act earlier this month.
The former world number one was convicted of hiding a number of assets even after declaring himself BANKRUPT.
Becker was legally obliged to declare all of his assets after being declared bankrupt five years ago.
Following the 2017 bankruptcy
- the six-time Grand Slam winner handed his wedding ring over, but concealed ownership of a £1.3million home in his native Germany.
- He also did not disclose his shares in an artificial intelligence firm.
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