A lawyer believes that Boris Becker’s deportation from Great Britain to Germany is very likely. This could already be possible after 15 months in prison. The ex-tennis legend only received a visit from the eldest sons on Thursday.

At the end of April, the verdict in the insolvency proceedings against Boris Becker (54) was announced: two and a half years in prison. Since then, the former tennis pro has been behind bars in Great Britain.

According to lawyer Chloe-Jane Belton, however, it is very likely that the former tennis star will not really have to stay there for two and a half years. She told RTL: “One can assume that the British Interior Ministry will deport Boris Becker once he has served the minimum sentence of 15 months.”

Various media reports had already said that it was likely that Becker would be deported to Germany in the near future. Should this be the case, his sentence in Germany would probably be suspended. In plain language, this means that the fallen tennis player would no longer have to stay in prison here – but shouldn’t be able to return to England for the first two years.

Becker is now in Huntercombe prison in Nuffield, around 70 kilometers west of his adopted home of London. Only on Thursday did his two sons Noah (28) and Elias Becker (22), accompanied by Lilian, appear in front of the prison. According to the “Bild” newspaper, your visit should have lasted two and a half hours.

It is unclear whether this was the sons’ first visit to their father in prison. However, these are the first recordings that show them during their visit. As Noah exited the detention center, he made a peace or victory sign with his fingers toward waiting photographers.

Becker was sentenced to two and a half years in London at the end of April, the second half of which is expected to be suspended. Becker had concealed assets worth millions from his insolvency administrators.

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The original of this article “Lawyer considers Becker deportation likely” comes from Bunte.de.