Becker ‘hid property and shares from bankruptcy court’

Tennis legend Boris Becker today denied hiding his property portfolio along with bank accounts and shares in an artificial intelligence company during his bankruptcy proceedings. The Grand Slam winner last year faced civil claims that he failed to fully disclose his estate to trustees after being declared bankrupt in 2017. The German had a flat in Coleherne Court, Chelsea as well as two properties in Germany which went undeclared between June and October 2017 and concealed debt worth £754,190 (835,000…

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