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