Boris BeckerAnna Ermakova’s daughter and mother Angela were spotted together in London Friday after his father, a disgraced tennis star, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for concealing assets during bankruptcy proceedings.
The mother-daughter duo walked close together, with Anna, 22, wearing a pink crop top and a pair of casual navy tracksuit bottoms.
Anna could be seen looking at her phone during a conversation with her Russian model mother, 54, who wore a navy coat over a black top.
Outside: Boris Becker’s daughter Anna Ermakova, 22, and her mother Angela, 45, were spotted together in London on Friday after the disgraced tennis star’s father was jailed
Their exit comes after Anna – who was infamously designed in the stairwell of the Nobu restaurant in Park Lane – thanked members of the public for their support as her former Wimbledon tennis champion father Boris, 54 years, was imprisoned in Wandsworth prison in London last Friday.
“Thank you for all the support,” she wrote on Instagram above a photo of calm seas and clear blue skies.
Boris was told he was set to become Anna’s father by fax after going out for a night on the town in 1999 when his then-wife Barbara checked into hospital in mistakenly believing that she was giving birth prematurely, already seven months. pregnant with their second son.
Disgraced: Former Wimbledon tennis champion Boris, 54, was jailed for hiding assets during bankruptcy proceedings at Wandsworth Prison in London last Friday
He had crashed out of Wimbledon against Pat Rafter in the fourth round the same night, deciding to retire from the sport.
He said he had “cried his eyes out” after the match before spotting Russian model Angela Ermakowa, Boris revealed previously in his autobiography.
Eight months later, he received the fax informing him that he was to become Anna’s father.
Kindness: Their exit comes after Anna – who was conceived in the stairwell of the Nobu restaurant in Park Lane – thanked members of the public for their support while Boris was imprisoned
Serene: ‘Thank you for all the support,’ she wrote on Instagram above a photo of calm seas and clear blue skies
Throwback: Anna was conceived during a one-night stand between model Angela Ermakova and Boris in a London restaurant
He is also the father of Noah, 28, and Elias, 22, with Barbara, and Amadeus, 12, with ex-wife Lilly Becker, 45.
Boris was found to have hidden £2.5million in assets and loans to avoid paying his debts, and last Friday he started his sentence at Wandsworth prison, of which he must serve at least one year and three months.
He was declared bankrupt in June 2017, owing his creditors almost £50million on an unpaid loan of more than £3million on his property in Mallorca, Spain. He transferred around £390,000 from his business account to others, including those of his ex-wife Barbara Becker and ex-wife Sharlely ‘Lilly’ Becker.
Casual: The mother-daughter duo strolled close to each other, Anna giving a glimpse of her belly in a cropped pink top which she teamed with a pair of relaxed navy pants
Becker also failed to declare his share in a £1million property in his home town of Leimen, Germany, hid a bank loan of nearly £700,000 – worth £1.1million pounds sterling with interest – and hid 75,000 shares in a tech company, worth £66,000. .
The star – who received a two-year suspended prison sentence for tax evasion and attempted tax evasion worth £1.4million in Germany in 2002 – was found guilty on April 8 of four offenses to insolvency law between June and October 2017.
Each count carried a maximum sentence of seven years in prison.
Going out: She could be seen looking at her phone during a conversation with her Russian model mother who wore a navy coat over a black top and a pair of matching leggings
On Friday afternoon, Judge Deborah Taylor sentenced the six-time Grand Slam champion to 30 months in prison, of which he will serve at least half.
Wandsworth Prison is a secure Category B prison accommodating over 1,500 inmates.
During a recent inspection, the institution was described as “ruined, overcrowded and infested with vermin”.
Jailed: Last Friday afternoon, Judge Deborah Taylor sentenced six-time Grand Slam champion Boris to 30 months in prison, of which he will serve at least half
Referring to Becker’s earlier conviction, the judge said this afternoon: “You did not heed the warning given to you and the chance given to you by the suspended sentence and that is a significant aggravating factor.”
And she told the Becker father-of-four: “I take into account what has been described as your ‘fall from grace’. You lost your career, your reputation and all of your assets as a result of your bankruptcy.
“You did not show remorse, accept your guilt and seek to distance yourself from your offense and your bankruptcy. Although I accept your humiliation as part of the process, there was no humility.
Former champion: Boris began his two-and-a-half-year prison sentence at HMP Wandsworth, just 2.4 miles from where he won three Grand Slam titles at Wimbledon (pictured aged 17 in 1985)
As he was taken away, Becker was flushed in the face and appeared to be struggling with his travel bag. His girlfriend Lilian De Carvalho Monteiro blew him a kiss before he disappeared from the court to the cells below.
Following the conviction, Insolvency Service Chief Executive Dean Beale added: “Boris Becker’s conviction clearly demonstrates that concealment of assets in bankruptcy is a serious offense for which we will prosecute and bring offenders to justice. justice.”
Becker’s lawyer, Jonathan Laidlaw QC, said the tennis legend would struggle to find work when released from prison and will have to “rely on the charity of others if he is to survive”.
Describing Becker’s downfall as a ‘public humiliation’, Mr Laidlaw added: ‘Boris Becker literally has nothing and there is also nothing to show for what has been sport’s most successful career and that is correctly characterized as nothing less than a tragedy.”
Details: Boris, pictured in June 1993 at Wimbledon, just 2.4 miles from his Wandsworth prison cell, was declared bankrupt in June 2017, owing creditors nearly £50million on an unpaid loan of more than £3million on his property in Mallorca, Spain