Po­lice called to ‘do­mes­tic’ at Becker and wife’s £5m home

Daily Mail - - News - By In­derdeep Bains

PO­LICE at­tended a ‘do­mes­tic in­ci­dent’ at the £5mil­lion home of Boris Becker and his es­tranged wife in Wimbledon.

Of­fi­cers vis­ited the 50-year- old star’s man­sion at 10pm on Wed­nes­day af­ter Eng­land crashed out of the World Cup semi-fi­nals. The cou­ple are Eng­land fans.

The Met said ‘ad­vice was given’ but no one was ar­rested.

Becker and his wife, Lilly, 42, who have an eight-year-old son, an­nounced in May that they were di­vorc­ing af­ter 13 years to­gether.

Their gated home is just over a mile away from the All Eng­land Club where Becker has been com­men­tat­ing on Wimbledon at the BBC stu­dios on-site.

The three-time cham­pion was seen leav­ing the house with a bag the fol­low­ing morn­ing af­ter the in­ci­dent be­fore go­ing to work.

The Ger­man star, who is fight­ing bank­ruptcy, was seen tak­ing self­ies with fans yesterday be­fore head­ing home in the af­ter­noon.

He and Mrs Becker, who were both at the prop­erty yesterday, re­fused to com­ment. A Met Po­lice spokesman said: ‘ Po­lice were called to a do­mes­tic in­ci­dent. No of­fences were dis­closed.’

Speak­ing of the cou­ple’s split, Mrs Becker, a Dutch model, has pre­vi­ously said: ‘Sep­a­ra­tion is the only so­lu­tion. We have al­ways been very pas­sion­ate – in life, in love, in sex and in quar­rels.’

Es­tranged: The Beck­ers

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