The criminal case of tennis star Boris Becker (54) begins at Southwark Crown Court in London on Monday. His ex-wife Lily Baker (45 years old) shows a lot of sympathy for her ex-partner. “It is hard to see my son’s father in such a situation. I look at the beginning of the process with an uncomfortable feeling,” she explains “picture”.
“The personal contact between us concerns almost exclusively our son. As is known, a lot of unpleasant things have happened between me and Boris in recent years. But this process has nothing to do with this ”, continues the model.
How did their son deal with the situation?
But for Ibn Amadeus (12 years), the issue is not a problem: “We are not talking about the operation. Boris is accused of things that are considered criminal offenses. In the end he had the opportunity to refute all allegations before an objective court and his innocence.
Lily Baker hopes justice will be served: “I hope that everything will be clarified and that a fair verdict will finally be given.” If the former tennis star is convicted, he could face up to seven years in prison. The conviction will also affect Lily Baker financially.
Focus on education and care
However, she herself does not focus on the possible consequences of the operation. All she cares about is her son’s well-being. “The process is not about me. Absolutely regardless of the judgment, my job is to give our son and I the best home possible. As before, I will continue to do so in the future.”
The criminal case against Boris Becker arose primarily because he was accused of willfully withholding money, valuables and real estate from the insolvency administration. The three-time Wimbledon champion vehemently denies the allegations to this day. (cog)
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