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Bankrupt Boris Becker planning to claw back cash with £166 online messages to fans


BANKRUPT Boris Becker aims to claw back money – serving up messages to fans for £166.

The tennis legend, 52, once worth £100million, is facing jail over alleged asset-hiding.

He appeared anguished as he dined at Scott’s in London’s Mayfair on Thursday.

But he hopes for a windfall sending individual messages via website Cameo.

The former champ was introduced by the site’s co-founder Martin Blencowe and Boris rubbed his hands anticipation of a cash windfall and said: “I’m looking forward to it.”

He will also be asking supporters to stump £16 to send him a text.

The star allegedly hid three properties, £1.2million in cash and 75,000 shares after his bankruptcy.

Boris denied 19 charges relating to concealment.

Westminster magistrates warned him this week he may get seven years for concealment. He denies 19 charges.

The 52-year-old tennis star was made bankrupt shortly before it was revealed he was splitting from his wife, Lilly, 44.

The three-times Wimbledon winner is living under bankruptcy restrictions until 2031, which require him to disclose assets, as well as inform lenders of his insolvency if he attempts to borrow more than £500.

Boris Becker becomes Wimbledon's youngest men's singles champion 1985

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