The former tennis star is currently in prison in his adopted home of London because he embezzled almost 3 million euros in his insolvency proceedings and is threatening to be deported back to Germany after his prison sentence. Nevertheless, Boris does not want to sit around idly in prison and makes sure that his interests are represented outside. This includes, among other things, a civil lawsuit against Oliver Pocher, who is said to have mocked the ex-sportsman in his show 'Pocher - dangerously honest'.
The lawsuit was filed a few months ago and was due to go to court in July, but was postponed due to illness. According to 'Bild', November 15 has now been set as the start of the negotiations between Becker and Pocher in the Offenburg district court. Neither of the two celebrities has to appear at the appointment, which will be regulated by the lawyers. Given the circumstances, that's probably a good solution given that Boris is still in prison and Oliver appears to be struggling to take the lawsuit seriously. In his podcast 'Die Pochers!', which he has together with his wife Amira, the comedian explained: "If you go to court for shit like that, then you really didn't get it. When you've slapped 50 million into the sack, are in jail and think: 'Oliver Pocher, I'll sue him now.'"