The foreign ministry of the Central African Republic says the ex-tennis star has a fake document.Read more
Central African Republic
The foreign minister of the Central African Republic claims the former tennis star's document is false.
BBC World Service
The foreign minister of the Central African Republic (CAR) says the German former tennis star Boris Becker could face prosecution in the country if he is found to have gained a diplomatic passport illegally.
Mr Becker's lawyers told the High Court in London that he could not undergo bankruptcy proceedings because he had diplomatic immunity from the CAR.
They say say he acquired diplomatic status being awarded the position of special attaché for sport and culture at the country's embassy in Brussels.
But CAR's Foreign Minister Charles-Armel Doubane said the passport was fake and he had asked the justice minister to investigate.
This photo of Boris Becker appeared on the website of the CAR embassy in Brussels until a few days ago but has since been deleted:
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